KUWAIT CITY, July 15: Officers from the Public Security Sector launched inspection campaigns in all governorates during which four individuals who are wanted by law for enforcement of sentences, 13 violators of residency law, three individuals against who arrest orders have been issued, 25 individuals without identification documents, and a number of hawkers and marginal workers were arrested, reports Al-Seyassah daily.
In addition, they issued 57 traffic citations, dealt with 24 traffic accidents, received 43 reports related to security and provided 44 assistances. Campaigns held by Jahra Security Directorate resulted in the arrest of one individual who is wanted by law for sentence enforcement, and 18 individuals who did not have their identification documents.
In Farwaniya Governorate, two individuals who were in a disoriented state, and one individual who is wanted by law for nonpayment of a debt were arrested. The campaigns in Ahmadi Governorate resulted in the arrest of 14 individuals for nonpayment of debts, four individuals involved in drug-related cases, and six individuals who did not have any identification documents and three who were reported as absconding.
In addition, 20 vehicles were seized and 95 traffic citations were issued. During campaigns in Mubarak Al-Kabeer Governorate, 13 individuals involved in criminal and civil cases and seven violators of residency law were arrested, 29 traffic citations were issued, 11 vehicles were seized and seven assistances were provided. The Operations Unit of Public Security Sector also launched several inspection campaigns during which two Arab expatriates in possession of three sachets of methamphetamine and one narcotic pill, and two individuals wanted by law for sentences enforcement were arrested.
Meanwhile, Farwaniya securitymen confiscated several old weapons weighing almost ten tons from an iron warehouse. The warehouse-in-charge officers of Iranian and Asian nationalities affirmed during investigations that they have a contract with Ministry of Defense for storing unused weapons.
By Munaif Nayef
Al-Seyassah Staff and Agencies