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KUWAIT CITY, April 3: Securitymen raided a prostitution den in Hassawi where four Sri Lankan women were arrested. Initial investigations revealed these women charged KD 4 for their ‘services’ and their sponsors have filed absconding cases against them. They were referred to the General Criminal Investigation Department for legal measures.
On the other hand, a source from Farwaniya Security Directorate confirmed the continuation of surprise campaigns to track down criminals in accordance with the rules and regulations as well as in compliance with the instructions of acting Assistant Undersecretary for Public Security Affairs Major General Ibrahim Al-Tarah and under the supervision of Al-Enzi
Car thief arrested: A Kuwaiti man filed a complaint at Jahra Police Station against an unidentified person who allegedly stole his car, which was parked in front of his house in Ishbiliya on Friday. He provided police with a detailed description of his car that was discovered Saturday night while a team of officers from Jahra Security Directorate was patrolling in Saad Al-Abdulla.
The suspected thief tried to knockdown the securitymen with the car and he fled from the scene. During the escape, the suspect hit a patrol car and then he got out of the car as he tried to run away on foot but the officers chased him. Upon checking his identification documents, the securitymen found out the suspect is a is 20-year-old Saudi who was in an abnormal condition with two rolls of hashish and some other narcotics in his possession.
His security records also showed that he is wanted by law for evading five-year imprisonment and deportation for his involvement in an undisclosed case. He was referred to the Drug Control General Department (DCGD) for legal measures and then he will be transferred later to the Farwaniya Criminal Investigation Department for interrogation on the car robbery. In a separate incident, an unknown individual stole money from two Asians and stabbed one of them in Al-Rehab. Investigations are in progress to arrest the suspect