KUWAIT CITY, Dec 3 Ministry of Interior has formed security task force teams to arrest whoever organizes New Year parties in some camping sites, farms, livestock pens and apartments. Anybody caught in the act will be deported immediately, and whoever is found polluting the environment will face legal action. A source said the security apparatus have laid down comprehensive plans to clamp down on negative phenomena normally associated with the New Year festivity inside shopping malls, roads and restaurants. He declared that officers will not spare any suspicious locations, and culprits will face the judiciary. Assistant Undersecretary for Public Security Major General Abdul-Fattah Al-Ali disclosed that 777 patrol teams will be on duty patrolling all roads in Kuwait to assist the environmental police in arresting violators of environment law. He reiterated any expatriate who violates the environment law could face deportation.
Trailer thieves held: Personnel from the Criminal Investigation Department have arrested four people — two Pakistanis, a Syrian and an Afghan — for stealing trailer trucks, dismantling and selling the parts, reports Al-Anba daily. A security source said the arrests came after the victims filed complaints and one of the stolen vehicles which was fitted with a GPS device helped police track the truck in Abdali. The suspects have been referred to the concerned authorities.
Kuwaiti arrested: The Jordanian security authorities have arrested a Kuwaiti, identified only as M.A. Al-Matar. before taking a flight to Kuwait from the Amman International Airport, reports Al-Rai daily. The daily added, the security authorities did not explain why the man was detained and whisked away for interrogation. However, a Jordanian security source suggested that the man might have been arrested on suspicion of fraud. It has been reported Al-Matar frequently visits Amman since he is preparing for his Masters in one of the Jordanian universities and is known for his affiliation to the Muslim Brotherhood. He is also known to possess collections of writings pertaining to analysis of Arab affairs in general and Kuwait in particular. According to reliable sources the Kuwaiti authorities have initiated contacts through diplomatic channels with their counterparts in Amman to inquire about the reasons for his arrest and to release and return him to Kuwait as soon as possible.