Monday , December 11 2017

Woman’s bag containing KD 780, four gold bracelets stolen

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 12: An Egyptian woman lodged a complaint in Jleeb Al-Shuyoukh Police Station against an unidentified person who allegedly snatched her handbag while she was shopping at a commercial complex in the area, reports Al- Rai daily. The complainant said the handbag contained KD 780 cash, four gold bracelets and other personal stuff, adding that the thief was wearing a training suit. A case was registered and investigations are ongoing to arrest the thief.

Sergeant held for drugs: Police arrested a sergeant from the Coast Guard General Department for consuming drugs, reports Al-Rai daily. A security source disclosed the Operations Unit in the Interior Ministry received a call from a passerby saying a sergeant in military uniform was walking along a street in Hawally and he appeared disoriented. The securitymen discovered later that the sergeant was under the infl uence of meth drugs. Paramedics administered first aid on the sergeant and then he was referred to a police station.

Securitymen assaulted: Police arrested three Kuwaiti youngsters for assaulting two securitymen, reports Al-Rai daily. A security source revealed one of the youngsters was verbally abusing and assaulting a girl on the street and then ran away when he noticed police approaching him. Police chased him and he was arrested together with two friends who attempted to help him escape. The girl will be summoned for questioning

Bedoun held for drug use: Police arrested a Bedoun for consuming drugs and referred him to the relevant authorities, reports Al-Rai daily. A security source disclosed the Farwaniya police patrol noticed a car parked on the shoulder of a road and a Bedoun youth behind the steering wheel looked unconscious. The youth turned out to be disoriented and he admitted to smoking a cigarette that contained meth drugs.

Drunk in police custody: Ahmadi police kept a Kuwaiti man, in his 30s, in custody for consuming alcohol and it turned out that he is wanted by law for assaulting an undisclosed person, reports Al-Rai daily. The citizen was drunk and forgot where he parked his car, so he kept walking around a commercial complex in search for his car. He later sought the help of some people in the mall, but one of them called the Operations Unit of the Interior Ministry. Securitymen rushed to the mall and referred the drunk citizen to a police station.

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