Dealer, client caught with 13 bags of shabu

KUWAIT: Jahra police arrested two people for possession of drugs and paraphernalia. The two Arab men were caught by police inside a vehicle that they approached after finding it parked suspiciously in a dark area near Jahra Industrial. Police found 13 bags containing shabu (methamphetamine) with the suspects, and further investigations later revealed that one of them was selling the drugs to the other at the time of their arrest. the two were sent to the Drugs Control General Department (DCGD). Separately, a man and a woman were arrested for possession of psychoactive drugs in Abu Halaifa, and were sent to DCGD.

Bootleggers arrested
Three people were arrested and charged with selling alcoholic drinks. The Asian trio were caught in possession of 108 bottles of homebrewed and imported liquor. Their arrest came after police chased them on foot when they tried to escape after being spotted standing in an open area in Mangaf with several plastic bags around them. They said during questioning that their job was to deliver the bottles as per customers’ orders. They were sent to concerned authorities for further action

No visa
A man faces multiple charges following his arrest as police found drugs on him, and also discovered that he had an expired visa. The man had ran away as soon as he saw police, prompting a long chase that ended with his arrest. The man admitted during questioning that he tried to escape because his visa had expired a month before, and then an inspection revealed some drugs he was concealing in his pockets. He was taken to the proper authorities for further action.

Fugitive caught
A citizen sentenced in criminal cases was arrested in Adan after showing strong resistance, during which he attempted to physically assault police officers. He was sent to the criminal implementation department. – Translated by Kuwait Times from Al-Rai

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