KUWAIT CITY, June 23: Criminal detectives continue to follow leads toward the arrest of unidentified burglar(s) who stole pieces of jewelry and money from the house of MP Saadoun Al-Hammadi. According to the police report, the MP and his family returned home one day only to find out that someone has broken in and entered his bedroom, carting away several pieces of jewelry and money valued at KD 80,000. Upon receiving information about the burglary, the Operations Unit in the Interior Ministry dispatched a team of criminal detectives and regular police who searched the house and lifted fingerprints as initial measures to apprehend the culprit(s). The detectives also summoned everyone working in the MP’s house for questioning.
2 held with drugs: Patrol officers from Sulaibiya Security Command arrested two youths for the possession of an undisclosed quantity of crystal meth (shabu) and drug consumption tools. According to the police report, the officers suspected the two youths who were in an open yard. When the officers approached them, the youths appeared to be tensed, prompting the officers to question them about their motives in staying in the area. This led to the discovery of the above mentioned items, so the suspects were referred to the Drug Control General Department.
Asian duo arrested: Personnel from the Farwaniya Security Department have arrested two Asians — an Indian and a Bangladeshi — for violating the residence and labor laws, reports Al-Anba daily. According to security the Indian was also wanted by law, while the Bangladeshi was caught for working for another sponsor. Both men were caught by police patrols in Farwaniya.
By Mishal Al-Sanousi Al-Seyassah Staff