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Prostitution network run by Syrian busted

KUWAIT: Residency affairs department detectives busted a prostitution network that practices its activities during the holy month of Ramadan. The network is run by a Syrian national who kept half of the brothel’s revenue to himself. The remaining detainees are five persons of Bahraini and Egyptian nationalities. The suspects confessed to charging between KD 30 and KD 40 for each session. They were referred to the proper authorities for further action.

Visa violators caught Twenty three visa violators were arrested and sent to concerned authorities. Brigadier Saud Al-Khader, director of the residency affairs department’s detectives unit, received information about a building in Salmiya used illegally as cafes, and harbors visa violators. He gave orders to form a team and follow legal procedures. The building was stormed and 23 persons of various nationalities and without valid visas were arrested.

Officers offended Capital Security Director Ibahim Al-Tarrah asked his men to charge a female citizen who claimed to be a VIP for insulting a police lieutenant and another policeman in public. The policemen said the woman refused to give them her driver’s license and insulted them verbally.

Couple with drugs An Egyptian man and his wife were sent to the Drugs Control General Department as officers found drugs in his car. Officers in a police patrol noticed three persons later identified as the Egyptian man, his wife and daughter in a parked car behind Jabriya police station. Five bags containing remnants of heroin, one with heroin shabu and a tablet were found with their possession. The 4-year-old child was handed over to her aunt.

Driver mugged Investigations are ongoing to identify and arrest two persons accused of mugging a man in Jahra. The suspects had stopped the man and claimed they were detectives, the Pakistani victim told police. After forcing him to stop, they forced him inside their sports-utility-vehicle (SUV), took KD 2,700 from his possession, then drove to Amghara where they beat him up, left him and escaped, the man said. A case was filed.

Syrian sent to state security Residency affairs detectives arrested a Syrian national for selling cell phone lines without having to register the details of the owner. The arrest was made after an electronic surveillance that led detectives to the Syrian man who works for a company and lives in Sulaibiya. The man who is also an ex-convict was caught after selling an undercover agent a line and attempted to escape by harming himself. Detectives found 38 SIM cards with him, as he already sold seven through social media in exchange of KD 50 each. He was sent to state security. Further investigations are underway.

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This article was published on 08/07/2015