KUWAIT CITY, Nov 4: A 1977-born Indian woman, identified as M.Y.S., was arrested in Hawally area for begging along with two children, reports Al-Seyassah daily.
According to the General Department of Public Relations and Media Security, the woman has a civil ID which had expired in 2012 but the two children with her did not have civil IDs. The children were also discovered to be suffering from bad medical conditions due to which they were referred to the Infectious Diseases Hospital.
The department indicated that suspicions were raised concerning whether the two children are hers or not, since they did not share similar features.
The suspect was referred to the concerned authorities and her sponsor, identified as H.S., has been summoned for questioning about the reason for leaving her to beg on the roads.
300 violations seen: Report from the Environment Public Authority (EPA) indicates 300 violations have been registered by inspection and control teams distributed across the six governorates, reports Al-Qabas daily.
It noted fines of the violations are estimated at KD 3,000,000, and the Director General of Environment Public Authority Sheikh Abdullah Al-Ahmad has said the decision to bar fishing at Kuwait Bay— as recommended by environmental specialists, is enforced equally on all, and it has contributed to improve the quantity and size of fish.
Wanted man caught: The Abu Halifa police have arrested a 30-year-old Kuwaiti who had been sentenced in absentia for luring his victims to join his business ventures, reports Al-Rai daily.
According to the source, the suspect was caught by a night patrol Abu Halifa. When the police demanded to see his ID, he said he did not carry it and that he left it in the house, but when he was taken to a police station they discovered he was wanted to serve a jail term.
Indian with abortion pills: The Mubarak Al-Kabir police have arrested an Indian for possessing 21 pills used for inducing abortion, reports Al-Shahed daily.
The daily added the Indian was caught on suspicion because when a security patrol in Sabah Al-Salem asked him for his civil ID, he looked confused following which police searched his car and seized the pills.
The contraband and the Indian have been referred to the authorities.
Fake police beaten: An unidentified Bedoun police impersonator was beaten and handed over to police after he allegedly entered a shop in the Shuwaikh Industrial Area and attempted to steal a computer and KD 50 cash, reports Al-Anba daily.
The daily did not give more details.
Drugs with Asian: The Mubarak Al-Kabir police have arrested an Asian man for possessing drugs, reports Al-Shahed daily.
The Asian was caught on suspicion because when he saw a police patrol, he tried to change direction and avoid eye contact with police. On checking records, police discovered the man was a violator of residence law. Police searched his car and seized four sachets of marijuana.