KUWAIT CITY, Dec 26: Citizenship and Passports Sector at the General Residency Affairs Department discovered a case of forgery through fake documents presented to transfer the sponsorship of an Arab expatriate to educational sector in exchange for money. Public Relations and Security Media in the Ministry of Interior announced that Research and Investigation Unit at the General Residency Affairs Department suspected falsification of the initial approval certificate for transfer of sponsorship of the Arab expatriate to an educational sector. The officers obtained necessary authorization to monitor the company representative (mandoub) while he was presenting the transaction to the concerned labor department. He was picked up for questioning during which he admitted the offense. He also said he was not new in the act of altering data. He explained that his compatriot — also a mandoub, supplied him with the documents. The two suspects confessed forging official documents in exchange for money, and they were referred to the concerned authority.
Liquor seized: An Indian expatriate was arrested in Ahmadi area in possession of two bottles of imported liquor. Ahmadi securitymen were patrolling the area when they noticed a man who appeared drunk and was laughing uncontrollably. They decided to check on him but only to be welcomed by the smell of liquor. They checked him to find two bottles of imported liquor. He was arrested and referred with the liquor bottles to the concerned authorities for necessary legal action.
Drug addict held: A Kuwaiti citizen was arrested for driving his car in a zigzag manner moving from far right to the far left of the road. According to security sources, securitymen noticed the way the suspect was driving on the Fifth Ring Road and chased him, eventually managing to apprehend him. When they noticed his disoriented state, they checked him to find drugs in his possession
By Meshal Al-Sanousi Al-Seyassah Staff