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Thursday , September 23 2021

Egyptian selling Tramadol pills to teens acquitted

KUWAIT CITY, Dec 10: The Criminal Court acquitted an Egyptian of possessing and selling Tramadol to teenagers in cafés and commercial complexes, reports Annahar daily.

Meanwhile, the Civil Court ordered a citizen to pay KD 5,000 compensation to a police officer for offending and insulting him when he imposed punishment – three months imprisonment – on the citizen.

Freed on bail
The Criminal Court has acquitted three citizens all of whom are believed to be in their 20s – one of them working for a military institution – for kidnapping a 15-year-old girl, who was reported absconding by the family, reports Al-Anba daily. Without going into details, the daily said the court decided to abstain from pronouncing the verdict and released them on KD 500 bail each. The court also ordered the trio to submit a pledge of good conduct for one year.

By Jaber Al-Humoud
Al-Seyassah Staff

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