Securitymen arrest father’s killer – ‘Accused attacked sister over breakfast’

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KUWAIT CITY, May 23: An unidentified individual was arrested for murdering his father inside the family house in Firdous area, reports Aljarida daily. According to security sources, the Criminal Security sector, represented by the General Department of Criminal Investigation’s Research and Investigation Department in Farwaniya Governorate, was able to arrest an individual after preparing an elaborate ambush for him on the Sixth Ring Road with the help of one of his friends.

The accused confessed to the use of narcotic drugs. In his confessions, which had surprised the detectives and the deputy public prosecutor, he explained that when he woke up on the day of the crime, he asked his sister to prepare breakfast for him. Not liking the breakfast, he attacked his sister, which caused a severe head injury. His father then intervened to free his sister from his hands, which prompted him to clash with him. His father was also severely injured in the head after he hit him with an ashtray. He then escaped to a livestock pen in Kabd area and took his firearm – a Kalashnikov with 90 rounds – with the intention of killing all members of his family, starting with his sister. However, when he arrived at the house, his father confronted him. He shot his father in the chest, and the second bullet hit a window of the house which broke.

After that, the gun malfunctioned, prompting him to flee the scene. After the murderer escaped, officers began tracking all his movements until they found one of his friends who helped them. He told them he would call him and meet him on the Sixth Ring Road to hand him a sum of money. The friend called the killer and they met on the Sixth Ring Road and that was when the detectives arrested him. Inside his vehicle, they found the weapon used in the crime. He was referred to the Public Prosecution.

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