KUWAIT CITY, Jan 1: A 20-year-old Palestinian stabbed a Pakistani several times when the latter tried to prevent him from breaking into his car in the parking lot of Friday Market. While heading to the parking lot, the Pakistani expatriate was surprised to see someone breaking into his car. He immediately went to prevent the robbery only to be stabbed several times by the Palestinian youth who escaped when passersby rushed towards them. The passersby called securitymen and provided them with the descriptions of the assailant. The injured Pakistani was taken to Farwaniya Hospital where he was admitted in the Intensive Care Unit in serious condition. Police later managed to arrest the assailant who confessed to stabbing the victim. He said he didn’t want to harm the victim but only wanted to steal the car. Necessary action was taken against the suspect.
Girls in sheesha fight: A fight broke out among a number of girls inside a sheesha café. According to security sources, when the Operations Room of Ministry of Interior received information about the fight, securitymen and paramedics were dispatched to the location. They discovered that three of the girls fled while remaining two had sustained injuries and were treated at the site. One of the injured girls informed securitymen that they were smoking sheesha when the three other girls annoyed them and started arguing with them. Eventually, the argument escalated and they started insulting and hitting each other. Based on the descriptions of the three runaway girls, securitymen have launched investigations to find and arrest them. Meanwhile, a Syrian woman lodged a complaint at Salmiya Police Station, informing securitymen about two youths who were harassing her. She provided securitymen with their descriptions, using which securitymen have launched investigations to find and arrest the two men.
27-year-jail evader: Security operatives attached to Ahmadi Command arrested a Kuwaiti man born in 1977 for evading 27 years jail term over series of offenses. The officers were on a round of Ahmadi area late at night upon directives from the acting Assistant Undersecretary for Public Security Major General Ibrahim Al-Tarrah when the citizen aroused their suspicion. They ordered him to pull over for verification of status, which revealed he was a wanted convict. He was referred to the concerned authority for legal action. Meanwhile, security operatives apprehended a 34-year old Kuwaiti woman involved in a civil case and referred her to the concerned authority. She was in possession of KD 65,000
By Mishal Al-Sanousi
Al-Seyassah / Arab Times Staff