Iranian man admits beating wife, defends actions

KUWAIT: A woman complained to police that her husband beat her, but the husband, an Iranian, said, “It is up to me – she is my wife and I can beat her.” A security source said the Iranian woman went to Salwa police station and sought help as her husband beat her for leaving the house without telling him. He was detained at the police station for further legal action.

Wife threatened
In another case, a female citizen complained to police against her husband, who threatened to hurt her, then he along with another man drove off in her car. The citizen said the car is registered in her name and gave police details of the suspect.

Officer injured
Policemen arrested a bedoon (stateless) man for running over a policeman at an inspection point in Salwa and injuring him. The bedoon was in an abnormal condition and had illicit substances with him. He was sent to the Drugs Control General Department (DCGD). The policeman’s injuries were light.

Police impound celebrator’s car
A citizen in his twenties was driving recklessly in Sabahiya until he was stopped by police. He said his friend had got married and he was celebrating. The car was impounded and several citations were issued to him.

Car stolen
A former MP was surprised when his car was stolen after he parked it in front of a pharmacy in Salmiya. A security source said the former MP complained to Salmiya police about the theft and gave them its details. Detectives are searching.

Bootleggers arrested
A fight between two Indian men in Jleeb Al-Shuyiukh revealed 72 bottles of liquor. They had differences over the profits from the sale of the alcoholic drinks. When police responded to the fight, the two escaped and left their car behind, but policemen arrested them and returned to the car, where police found the 72 locally made liquor bottles in it. The two were sent to the DCGD. – Al-Rai

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