KUWAIT CITY, Dec 25: Jahra Criminal Investigations teams are hunting for three masked men who attacked an Indian expatriate and robbed him, reports Al-Anba daily. According to a security source, an Indian expatriate in his 30s lodged a complaint at Jahra Police Station, explaining that he was on his way home when he was intercepted by three people in a vehicle. They beat him severely and then took his wallet which contained about KD 15 cash and his civil ID card. He said the robbers were masked and he was unable to identify their vehicle properly because it was dark then. The victim presented a medical report to indicate the injuries he sustained as a result of the attack. A case was registered and referred to the concerned authorities.
Kuwaiti trio with drugs: Three young Kuwaiti citizens including a girl were arrested in Ahmadi area for possessing drugs and driving under narcotic influence, reports Al-Rai daily. A patrol team affiliated to Ahmadi Security Directorate, while patrolling Ahmadi area based on instructions from Ahmadi Security Director Brigadier General Abdullah Safa to intensify security presence in the areas of Ahmadi Governorate, suspected a car with three young occupants including a girl after their laughter and the way the car was being driven caught the attention of other road users. Securitymen ordered the motorist to pull over and realized that they were all in a disoriented state. They searched the vehicle to discover two packets of “Chemical” drug and drug paraphernalia. They arrested the trio and referred them with the confiscated items to the concerned authorities.
Drug pills with Egyptian: An Egyptian expatriate was arrested in possession of 40 “Tremadol” pills in Farwaniya area, reports Al-Nahar daily. Farwaniya securitymen, after noticing the vehicle being driven in a reckless manner, ordered the driver to pull over and checked his details to discover he is an Egyptian. Seeing him sweat with fear and nervousness, securitymen searched his vehicle and found the narcotic pills. When questioned, he confessed to selling the drugs to teenagers in cafés and in front of schools. They arrested him and referred him with the narcotic pills to the Drugs Control General Department for necessary legal action.