KUWAIT CITY, Nov 19: Police have arrested a Kuwaiti for possessing ammunition rounds and some material believed to be used in making explosives, reports Al-Shahed daily. The suspect was arrested for violating traffic laws and while issuing a citation, he appeared confused and it gave reason for the patrolmen to search his car. The man and the contraband have been handed over to the Criminal Evidences Department.
Weapons found: Police are looking for an unidentified tenant in whose apartment police have found weapons and ammunition used in the anti-aircraft guns, reports Al-Anba daily. The daily added, the information about the arms and ammunition was given to the landlord by the building guard and the landlord then informed the police. The daily did not give more details. The ordnance has been handed over to the concerned authority to lift the fingerprints.
Unsettled debt: Police have arrested a Kuwaiti who had been sentenced in absentia for failing to settle KD 45,000 debt, reports Al-Rai daily. The suspect was initially arrested by a police patrol in a suburb of Mubarak Al-Kabir for speeding. The man has been handed over to the Sentences Enforcement Department.
Filming unallowed: In an unprecedented incident, a person attending a court session was caught filming the court session through the Snap Chat Application, reports Al- Qabas daily. The judge ordered the man to be taken to the security department of the Palace of Justice, to take down his details and force him to sign a pledge not to repeat the offence. During ‘interrogation’ the man said he was unaware that filming court sessions was prohibited