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Drugs with cop

KUWAIT CITY, April 22: A corpse of a Kuwaiti, believed to be an ex-criminal who died in strange circumstances, has been referred to Forensics, reports Al-Rai daily.

The daily added, this happened in Waha, Jahra. He was seen behaving hysterical and went on a rampage damaging the cars in the area.

When a policeman rushed to stop the man, he turned on the policeman and assaulted him.

Then, according to eyewitness, he screamed and fell on the ground and died. Police records show the man had earlier served a 15-year jail term in a drugs-related crime.

Caravan reported: The Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs has registered a complaint against one of the Hajj caravans and has reportedly confiscated the KD 7,500 operation guarantee by the owner, reports Al-Qabas daily.

This is in addition to slapping a KD 200 fine for causing irregularities.

A reliable source said no violations or remarks were registered by the Saudi authorities against Kuwaiti Hajj mission last season.

In the meantime, the source pointed out the Hajj accommodation ‘buildings inspection committee’ will leave for Saudi Arabia in May along with a delegation from the Health Ministry and General Department for Firefighting to check on the buildings in the holy land in preparation for the Hajj pilgrimage.

Drugs with cop: The Jahra police have arrested two Kuwaitis –  one of them a policeman – for possessing and consuming drugs, reports Al-Rai daily.

A security source the suspects were driving in Jeep with tinted glass and this aroused the suspicion of police.

One of the addicts begged for sympathy. Both men, who were disoriented at the time of arrest, have been referred to General Department for Drugs Control.

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