Drug dealers arrested

KUWAIT: Mubarak Al-Kabeer detectives arrested three Bangladeshis in Adan for drug trafficking. The trio were caught with possession of 157 Tramadol tablets. Detectives had received tips about the suspects’ activities, so an undercover agent was assigned to make a deal with them. One of the suspects was put under arrest red-handed while receiving the money from the undercover agent, and his accomplices were also detained in his residence where the ambush took place. Police also discovered that one of the suspect is already wanted to serve a two-year jail sentence over a previous drug abuse charge. The suspects were sent to the Drugs Control General Department for further legal action.

Blackmail
A woman reported to police that a man blackmailed her and threatened to upload her private pictures online unless she ‘fulfills his wishes.’ The woman said that she fell victim to the man’s scheming after he promised to marry her; after which she allowed him to take cell-phone pictures of her. After that, he started asking her for immoral things, but she refused and broke up with him after realizing he was never going to marry her. At that point, the man started blackmailing her with the photos he had taken earlier, she told police. Hawalli detectives went to the man’s residence, and he confessed under questioning and said that he was ready to apologize to the woman, But she refused to drop the charges, after which he was sent to concerned authorities for further action.

Principal, student fight
Jahra police responded to an emergency call from a girls’ school reporting a fight between the principal and a student. Police found out that the girl did not obey the principal’s orders, after which a verbal exchange ensured and threats were made. Policemen solved the problem in school to avoid taking those involved to the police station. A security source said the student apologized to her principal, who accepted her apology.

Physical assault
A Kuwaiti man faces charges after beating up his building’s janitor in Fintas. In his statements to police, the Egyptian ‘haris’ said that he was collecting rents when one tenant beat him up following an argument about his late payment. The man received treatment at Adan Hospital before he filed a case with local police. – Translated from the Arabic press


This article was published on 01/04/2017