KUWAIT: An Indian man, who has been absconding for seven years, was arrested by Ahmadi police in Mina Abdallah area, and was sent to concerned authorities for legal action. A police patrol suspected the man when he saw the patrol and started acting confused, so he was asked for his civil ID. The man claimed not to have any, so he was arrested and taken to the area police station. A security source said the Indian, during interrogation, asked a friend to bring his expired passport, and he was found wanted on a seven year old absconding case.

Husband beats wife

A citizen in her 40s accused her husband of beating her hard then kicked her out of the house over a domestic dispute. She lodged a complaint against him at Mubarak Al-Kabeer police station. The citizen gave police a medical report from Mubarak hospital stating she suffered bruises and grazes, and she said they were caused by her husband. Investigations are underway.

Citizens brawl in Qairawan

Security men broke up a fight between two citizens in Qairawan area over a car accident. Both sides were taken to the police station and charged with exchanging blows and referred for questioning.

Liquor traders busted

Weapons detectives arrested a soldier and a bedoon who sells liquor, as both had unlicensed weapons and ammunition. Both were sent to concerned authorities. The arrest was made following a tip off. The solider was arrested in his Salwa house and detectives found an AK-47 and a pistol, both unlicensed. The second suspect was arrested in Salwa as a pistol and liquor were found with him. Both were sent to concerned authorities.

Youth stabbed

A juvenile was taken to Adan hospital for treatment of a deep wound in his shoulder due to a stab, but he refused to file a complaint, because the suspect is his elder brother, and the stab was by mistake. Police recovered the knife.

Two drunks arrested

Horse mounted police arrested two Nepalese in the surrounding of Saad Al-Abdallah academy, and both were suspected of being under the influence of alcohol. They were sent to criminal evidence.