KUWAIT CITY, Jan 6: Three Nepalese expatriates were arrested for attempting to kill a compatriot by throwing him from the fifth floor of a building in Fintas area, reports Al- Anba daily. Securitymen rushed to the location with paramedics after receiving information about the incident. They arrested the three suspects while paramedics referred the injured Nepalese man to Adan Hospital where he was admitted in the Intensive Care Unit in critical condition. During interrogations, the three suspects admitted to having a fight with the victim but insisted that they did not throw him. Securitymen took necessary action.
Suicide bid foiled: A Filipino who tried in vain to end his life inside his room in Fintas by hanging himself with a rope, has been referred to the intensive care unit of the Adan Hospital, reports Al-Anba daily. The Filipino was carried to hospital by his friends who rescued him and he will be interrogated after his health condition gets better why he wanted to end his life.
Killing sponsor’s baby: An Indian housemaid tried to strangle her Kuwaiti sponsor’s daughter, reports Al-Rai daily. A security source said the Kuwaiti sponsor lodged a complaint with officers at Ahmadi police station, saying his wife caught their maid red-handed holding the neck of their daughter. He alleged the maid ran away upon sighting his wife. A case was registered for investigation.
Teen stabs youth: An 18-year old Kuwaiti youth was arrested for stabbing a compatriot thrice during a quarrel in Ahmadi Governorate. According to security sources, when the Operations Room of Ministry of Interior received information about the quarrel, securitymen rushed to the location and found the injured citizen lying on the ground and bleeding profusely. Paramedics rushed him to Adan Hospital for treatment, while securitymen launched investigations to identify the perpetrator. Eventually, securitymen discovered that the suspect is an 18-yearold Kuwaiti citizen. Following his arrest, he confessed to stabbing the victim using a knife. Necessary action was taken to refer them to the Public Prosecution. Meanwhile, a Kuwaiti citizen went to a police station with his 16-year-old son and lodged a complaint against two of their relatives, accusing them of beating his son due to some family problems. The two suspects were summoned to the police station and referred for investigations.
By Meshal Al-Sanousi
Al-Seyassah Staff and Agencies