KUWAIT CITY, Sept 19: The Director- General of the Hawally Security Directorate Brigadier Abideen Al-Abideen has ordered the deportation of 10 men — Sri Lankan and Indians after they were caught for fighting when under the influence of alcohol, reports Al-Anba daily. The daily added, the arrest came after someone informed the Operations Room of the Ministry of Interior. The suspects were caught near the Hawally Telecommunications building in Nugra.
Wanted 60-yr-old held: A 60-year-old Kuwaiti who had been sentenced in absentia in connection with a financial fraud worth KD 50,000 has been arrested and handed over to the Sentences Enforcement Department, reports Al-Rai daily.
Delivery man robbed: Personnel from the Jahra Criminal Investigation Department are looking for four brothers for stealing KD 59 from a home delivery Indian man working for a restaurant, reports Al-Anba daily. According to security sources, the Indian was on his way to a suburb in Jahra at 3:00 am and the four men waylaid him and robbed him. In his complaint the Indian said all the four men were wearing dishdashas.
Wife assaulted: An unidentified Filipina has filed a complaint with the Nugra Police Station accusing her Egyptian husband of assaulting her and causing a deep cut on her head in addition to fracture in one of the limbs, reports Al-Rai daily. She added, the cause of the fight was family problems. She has submitted a medical report and data of the husband. The police have summoned the husband for interrogation prior to referring him to the Public Prosecution.
Two brothers arrested: Two brothers — whose identities have been disclosed – have been arrested and detained at the Waha Police Station for assaulting a Kuwaiti youth and causing him fractures in the arm and other injuries, reports Al-Rai daily. As soon as the Operations Room of the Ministry of Interior received a call from ‘someone’ police and paramedics rushed to the spot, arrested the brothers and took the injured to the Jahra Hospital.
3 Syrians held for thefts: The Ahmadi police have arrested three Syrians for breaking into cars and stealing the valuables, reports Al-Rai daily. According to security sources, the men were caught on suspicion in Fintas at a late evening hour. When police asked them what they were doing at the late hour, they got confused and could not reply. During interrogation they admitted to committing crimes and told police they had already broken into two cars. They have been handed over to the authorities.