KUWAIT: Security sources said a lieutenant colonel was sent to a disciplinary council after receiving reports about that he was receiving bribes for processing transactions, most of them residences. The source said when it was proven that the lieutenant colonel received illegal money, he was referred to the disciplinary council, which is about to issue its report on the case.
An Indian man was arrested for robbing his compatriots, and was found in violation of residency law. A security source said police received several complaints from Indians robbed after being threatened in Jleeb Al-Shuyiukh by a person and gave them his details. Police monitored the suspect for a period of time before putting him under arrest.
A citizen told Sabah Al-Nasser police that three other citizens were after him and threatened to harm him. The 20-year-old citizen was very frightened when he told police that he was being chased, adding they escaped when he entered the police station. Police are working on the case.
Two citizens, a Jordanian, an Indian and two bedoons were brought under control by police in Fahaheel after they were involved in a fight because of differences over the sale of a car. A police patrol noticed a large gathering, and when they approached it they found out there was a fight, so they arrested the fighters.
A Filipina woman accused her Egyptian husband of stealing gold bracelets and beating her in their Abu Halifa apartment. The woman told Abu Halifa police when she discovered the theft, he beat her badly and sustained injuries mentioned in the medical report she submitted.
A citizen sought the help of Jahra police when his animal pen was broken into and six sheep were stolen. He said he was robbed twice before but did not complain. The citizen, whose pen is in Jal Al-Reyah in north of the country, told police he is fed-up with the thief who stole the animals for the third time, adding that the thefts took place as the guard is on leave. Detectives are investigating. – Al-Rai