Fugitives arrested in Mubarak Al-Kabeer, Taima

KUWAIT: Two men, Kuwaiti and bedoon (stateless) were arrested by Mubarak Al-Kabeer detectives, the former on theft charges and the other for attempted murder. Both were sent to concerned authorities. A security source said a patrol suspected the two in car, and when they stopped them, they smelled liquor and the two were in an abnormal condition. Separately, Taima detectives arrested an ex-convict wanted to serve jail sentences. The bedoon (stateless) man also confessed to stealing the car of a deputy prosecutor. He resisted arrest before being brought under control.

Smuggling foiled
Customs officers arrested an Indian man for attempting to smuggle 700 illicit tablets. He was sent to the Drugs Control General Department (DGCA) to face charges

Policeman injured
A general security police patrol car hit a stray camel on Subbiya road, killing the camel and destroying the patrol car. A policeman and an employee were slightly injured.

A Syrian man sought the help of police when one of his compatriots stormed his apartment, beat and threatened to kill him, over previous disputes between the two. The Syrian gave Maidan Hawally police details of the attacker, but he did not respond to phone calls, so detectives were asked to arrest him. Separately, a citizen beat one of his friends badly during a fight, accusing him of talking bad things about him behind his back in a diwaniya that they both often visit. The victim attempted to convince him that he did not talk about him. The citizen went to Jahra police and told them he met a friend in a public place and was surprised after he attacked him. — Al-Ra

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