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Nepali man mugged by three – Traffic cop sues citizen

 

KUWAIT CITY, April 22: Three unknown individuals waylaid a Nepali expatriate in Hawally area and robbed him of his wallet, which contained KD 80.

According to security sources, the victim was walking near an American school in Hawally area when a vehicle with three occupants stopped next to him. They jumped out of the vehicle and held him down after hitting him. They then pulled out his wallet, which contained KD 80, and drove off.

The victim went to the nearest police station and filed a case against the suspects.

Citizen sued: A GCC employee of Jahra Traffic Department filed a case against a Kuwaiti citizen who assaulted him in Jahra area after the officer stopped him and issued a traffic citation.  According to security sources, a quarrel broke out between the citizen and the officer after the latter issued a citation for the citizen over a traffic violation. The quarrel then developed into an exchange of blows. Eventually, the citizen was controlled and taken to the police station of the area.

The traffic officer filed a case against the suspect at Taima Police Station, submitting a medical report to indicate the injuries he sustained from the attack.

Bike stolen: An unknown person stole a motorbike from the garden of a house in Oyoun.  A Kuwaiti woman informed the Operations Unit of the Interior Ministry that the suspect stole the motorbike which belongs to her son. Securitymen rushed to the location and lifted fingerprints to identify the culprit.  The woman told the officers that the housemaid saw the suspect from the window but he already fled when the maid informed her female sponsor.

By Munaif Nayef

Al-Seyassah Staff

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