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Woman arrested in death of Ethiopian maid

Kuwait: A female Citizen has been arrested on charges of beating her Ethiopian maid to death in Firdous area yesterday, Medical examiners confirmed the maid was injured on parts of her body and some of the bruises occurred a while before her death, during the investigation, the woman said that she beat the maid a week ago after she asked to see a doctor but she refused then she went to lock her door, The maid’s body was transferred to the forensic to determine the cause of death, a case was registered

Baby abandoned in front of a building in Jleeb Al- Shuyoukh area

A baby born not more than ten days ago was found abandoned but alive in front of a building in Jleeb Al- Shuyoukh area. According to security sources, when the Operations Room of Ministry of Interior received a call from a passerby about finding a newborn baby wrapped in cloth in front of a building, securitymen and paramedics rushed to the location and discovered that the baby was born sometime during last week.

The baby was referred to Farwaniya Hospital for treatment, and securitymen launched investigations to find the baby’s mother and arrest her for abandoning the baby.

 

Source: Arabtimes

Three arrested for stealing nerve pain drugs

Kuwait City: Three people suspected of stealing a large quantity of drugs used for treating nerve pain have been arrested, according to Al Qabas.

The suspects are accused of involvement in the theft of 250 Lyrica pills from the warehouse of a pharmaceutical company in Salibiya district.

An anti-narcotic and liquor squad arrested the trio – two Kuwaiti nationals and an Egyptian.

The main suspect, an Indian national, has already left Kuwait after getting his share of the “dividends”.

A police inquiry revealed that the Indian fugitive, who was in charge of the company’s medical warehouses, agreed with the Egyptian to steal the Lyrica.

They managed afterwards to sell the nerve drugs to two Kuwaitis with criminal records, who are operating in the black market.

Al Qabas reported earlier that around 10,000 packets of Lyrica pills, estimated at KD4 million, had been stolen.

2 Filipino expats swindled one for KD 2,527 and another for KD 9,000 via hoax calls

A Filipino expatriate says an unknown individual swindled him of KD 2,527 via a hoax call claiming he won KD 20,000, says Al-Seyassah.

According to security sources, the victim, who is an employee of a leading company, filed a case at Ahmadi Police Station against the suspect. He explained to securitymen that the suspect called him via Viber app and informed him that he won KD 20,000. He then asked for his civil ID number, his bank card number and the secret pin number.

After sending all the relevant information, the victim later discovered that, instead of receiving the amount he supposedly won, a sum of KD 2,527 was withdrawn from his account. Securitymen took necessary action and asked the bank for details of the individual who pulled out the money from the victim’s bank account.

Filipino robbed: A 50-year-old Filipino, living in Fahaheel, has filed a complaint with the police accusing an unidentified person of stealing KD 9,000 from his bank account, reports Al-Anba daily. He told the police he received a call from the bank where he has the account, informing him he had won KD 10,000 and the caller asked him for his Account No and password to deposit the money. However, a short while later he was shocked when he got the message that KD 9,000 had been debited from his account.

WORKER, DRIVER DEAD IN BURGAN, FIRDOUS

Kuwait: An Indian worker in his 50s died on the job after his head was smashed with a heavy metal piece at a worksite in Burgan, a case was registered, in another case,

An Indian driver ended his life by hanging himself with a rope tied to the ceiling of his room in Firdous area, police went to the building and recovered the body after receiving an emergency call about the incident, his corpse was referred to the forensics department.

Drug overdose likely killer of Salmiya Asian

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The Hawally police have solved the mystery of the death of an Asian whose corpse was found in the parking lot of one of the schools in Salmiya, reports Al-Anba daily.

The mystery was solved after the police arrested three expatriates who, during interrogations, confessed to dumping the corpse in the parking lot of the school. According to a statement issued by the Public Relations and Security Information Department of the Ministry of the Interior, the death was reported to the Operations Room of the Ministry of Interior.

Intensive police investigations led to identifying the three friends of the victim, who were arrested and taken in for interrogation. The friends admitted that the victim was with them and they were consuming meth drugs. While driving to an unidentified location, they saw the victim bleeding from the nose and mouth and decided to dump him in the school’s parking lot to avoid legal problems. According to the Forensic report the victim died of an overdose of drugs

 

SRI LANKAN MAID STEALS GOLD, CASH

Kuwait Police are looking for a Sri Lankan housemaid for stealing four gold rings and KD 280 cash from the sponsor’s house, reports Al-Anba daily. A Kuwaiti man sponsor has filed a complaint with the Mubarak Al-Kabeer Police Station.

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Seven sheep stolen: Seven sheep were stolen from a livestock pen in Naseem area by unknown individuals. According to security sources, a shepherd reported the theft to securitymen, after which the latter launched investigations to find and arrest the unknown suspects.

 
 Source: arabtimesonline

Liquor warehouse busted in Wafra farms

Kuwait Ahmadi securitymen busted a warehouse containing imported liquor ready for sale in Wafra area and arrested two Citizens and searching for another who ran the place, a total of 898 cartons of imported liquor were found in the farm, The suspects were sent to concerned authorities

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25 Arrested In Security Campaign

Kuwait The MOI security directorate launched a campaign in the six governorates recently that resulted in the arrest of 25 individuals involved in criminal and civil cases, others for violating residency law, Meanwhile Undersecretary of Ministry of Interior Lieutenant General Essam Al-Naham visited the police stations during Eid holiday

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More arrests made in murder case of an Egyptian

Police have taken into custody a third suspect in the Bneid Al-Gar murder of an Egyptian who was believed to be in his 30s, reports Al-Anba daily. The suspect, who had remained at large was seized in the suburb of Umm Al-Haiman yesterday.

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The Media Public Relations and Security Information Department at the Interior Ministry said the suspect has been referred to the concerned authorities. The Egyptian was reportedly stabbed to death during a fight last Sunday. The alleged murderer duo of husband and wife were arrested in less than 24 hours of the murder while attempting to leave the country via the Kuwait International Airport.