KUWAIT: The police officer who became infamous after a video clip went viral showing him forcing an Asian man to do push-ups while being kicked inside Sabah Al-Salem police station in 2014, was arrested by Qadisiya police in possession of shabu (the local name for crystal meth) and paraphernalia. He was sent to Drugs Control General Department (DCGD). A security source said that Najda police patrols suspected a person and asked for his ID and found that he is a police officer in an inebriated condition, and when he was subjected to a precautionary search, the drugs were found on him.
Bedoon wanted for death threat
A bedoon youth was placed on the wanted list,for charges of threatening to kill his father, and possession of a fire arm and ammunition. An elderly bedoon man told Sulaibiya police, that he is in his seventies and retired recently, and his 24-year-old son takes care of the family expenses. He said he was surprised by his son pulling a pistol in his face threatening him, and added that his son told him that next time it will not a threat only. The father said he did not know why his son acted this way.
Traffic officer insulted
Not only did a driver violate the traffic law in Fahaheel area as she left her car in a no parking area, but she also insulted the officer who ticketed her. An officer had noticed the female citizen parking her car, so he told her to move, but she refused and kept her car in the place. The officer then wrote her a ticket and she became angry and insulted him verbally. The officer lodged a complaint against her at Fahaheel police station.
A citizen told Adan police that a Syrian cheated him when he made him believe he will buy him a truck engine for KD 12,000, and lodged a complaint against him. Police are investigating. – Al-Rai and Al-Anbaa