KUWAIT CITY, Dec 21:The criminal security sector of the Ministry of Interior said the ministry in cooperation with other security sectors and the Kuwait Municipality will enforce a law by the end of this year and early next to demolish camping areas if it is proved these camps are used for holding illegal midnight parties involving both sexes, reports Al-Anba daily.
According to a security source, the Ministry of the Interior will deploy field patrols along various roads and also major hotels and restaurants where parties and concerts are held with permission from the authorities to ensure safety of all and also some apartments where the parties may be held to prevent immoral activities. The source noted all campaigns will be held after midnight and if anyone found in an abnormal condition will be referred to the concerned authorities. The source said the law will be strictly applied on all without discrimination and people caught in suspicious places or in abnormal condition will be prone to deportation.
Duo held with illegal weapons: Two Kuwaitis have been arrested for possessing a number of unlicensed ammunition and a Kalashnikov rifle and four magazines, says a press release issued by the Ministry of Interior. The arrest came after the General Department for Weapons Investigations received information about one of the suspects. Personnel from the Criminal Investigation Department armed with a search and arrest warrant raided the suspect’s apartment in Saad Al-Abdullah and seized and AK-49 ammunition. Detectives then raided the home of the man’s relative and seized from him AK-49 rifle and 4 magazines. The two suspects have been referred to competent authorities. The General Department for Weapons Investigations affirmed that it will continue to raid suspicious apartments and called on the citizens and residents to call the emergency phone (112) or hotline (1888830) to file complaints about illegal weapons, to protect the security of the homeland and the safety of citizens.
20 for deportation: Personnel from the General Department for Residence Affairs have arrested 20 Ethiopians — 17 women and 3 men — for violating residence laws and referred them to the Deportation Centre, says a press release issued by the Ministry of Interior. According to a security source, the 17 women, some of whom have been reported absconders by their respective employers, were employed by the three men to work as domestic workers.
Kidnap bid foiled: Police are looking for an unidentified person for attempting to kidnap a Filipino beautician in Abu Halifa, reports Al-Rai daily. In her complaint to the Abu Halifa Police Station the woman said the suspect offered to drive her home after she left work and when she refused, he attempted to force her into his vehicle. The complainant has provided police with the numbers plate of the car
Liquor with Indian: The Farwaniya police have arrested an Indian for bootlegging, reports Al-Rai daily. The daily added, the man was driving a bus in the area and prompted suspicion of patrolmen on duty. Police seized from the man 72 bottles of local booze. The suspect has been handed over to the General Department for Drugs and Alcohol Control.
Fight over booty: Police have arrested two Kuwaitis for stealing watches and gold bracelets from a parked car in Salmiya, reports Al-Rai daily. The arrest came after someone saw two men fighting and alerted the Operations Room of the Interior Ministry. When police arrived the suspects tried in vain to escape, but they were chased and arrested. They have been detained at the Salwa Police Station. During interrogation they said they were fighting over the distribution of the stolen booty.
Beaten in graveyard: A Kuwaiti woman has lodged a complaint with the Waha Police Station accusing her husband of assaulting her with a metal object inside the Jahra Cemetery and causing her serious injury, reports a local Arabic daily. A medical report submitted by the woman shows injury to the head. In her complaint the woman also accused her husband of causing damage to her car. Police attempted to call the husband several times, but he did not respond. A warrant has been issued for his arrest.