KUWAIT: One child died and her three siblings were hospitalized in a critical condition after they fell victim to food poisoning. The children’s parents had fed them dinner and went to sleep, but the children stayed up, felt hungry later, and ate food that their mother had prepared to throw in the trash, a security source said. The father saw his children were in pain so he rushed them to Farwaniya hospital where his daughter later died, while the other three were admitted inside the intensive care unit. A case was filed.

Nine tons of steel stolen
Jahra detectives are looking for the thieves who stole nine tons of steel from Salmy desert and were reported by the company official. A security source said that a company official went to Salmi police station and told them about the stolen wires of the towers lines on Salmi road. The stolen material included nuts and steel pieces weighing nine tons.

Deported for bootlegging
Five men were arrested for selling moonshine and imported liquor in Farwaniya. The suspects are three Nepalese with 300 moonshine bottles, an Indian with 10 bottles and a bedoon (stateless) with several imported bottles. Security Director Major General Fahad Al-Shuwaie ordered the expatriate suspects to be sent for deportation.

Car robbery
Capital police caught two bedoon (stateless) men in Jahra while driving a car stolen by one of them from Ahmadi. A security source said a Capital police patrol suspected a car and when the driver was asked to stop, he sped off towards Jahra. The two were sent to concerned authorities.

KD 30,000 debt
A citizen wanted on a KD 30,000 debt case was sent to civil cases implementation by Mubarak Al-Kabeer police. The citizen was arrested during a campaign near Sabah Al-Salem.

Jahra police arrested a Gulf national who was stealing from Aqua Park visitors. A security source said a patrol suspected a man who when asked to stop, ran away, but was caught with three mobile phones. While in police custody, one of the phones rang and police found out it was one of the phone owners. The man told police the phone was stolen from him two hours earlier. – Al-Anbaa