The two drug traffickers and the huge quantity of hashish seized.
Man invites over friend to share ‘girlfriend’ Old man reports seeing ghost on Riqqa, Mahboula road

KUWAIT CITY, March 20: Two Asian men raped a compatriot housemaid in a Kuwaiti man’s house in South Jahra. The victim reported the incident to her sponsor and he lodged a complaint at the nearby police station. One of the suspects claimed that he had an intimate affair with the victim and that he just invited his friend to share the ‘fun’ on that day. Securitymen are investigating the case.

Porn CDs seized: Securitymen arr-ested two Asians in possession of 200 CDs containing pornographic material in Mahboula area.
The suspect were carrying bags and when patrols on routine duty asked them about the contents of the bags, they reportedly said there were clothes inside. Patrols, however, decide to check the bag and on findings the CDs, referred the suspects to authorities.

Check book, docus stolen: Unid-entified thieves stole check book and other important official documents from a Kuwaiti man’s house in Naim area. The victim was away with his family when the theft took place. The family, on returning, found the main entrance door broken and soon discovered the disappearance of the above-mentioned items. Police are investigating the case.

Drunkard in terror scare: A drunk Kuwaiti called security operatives saying he had vital information about some people who were carrying activities detrimental to national security. Officers promptly rushed to the said location in Jahra, but were surprised to find the informant drunk. They arrested him and referred him to authorities for prosecution.


Firing, stunts at wedding: Some citizens in Mangaf area informed security operatives about individuals who were driving recklessly and firing shots at a wedding ceremony, while police rushed to the place and arrested two citizens for reckless driving.
Security sources said the other motorists managed to escape. However, investigation is on-going to find the person involved in the shooting.

I have seen a ghost!: An elderly Kuwaiti man called the Operations Room of the Interior Ministry saying he saw a spirit walking at a very high speed on a road separating Riqqa and Mahboula, reports Al-Anba daily.
The man claimed he was driving at 80 kmph when he saw the spirit. He denied it was a mere illusion and insisted that he was speaking the truth. Police rushed to the place, but found nothing unusual.

Stuntmen, cops in fight: Security officers apprehended four drunken youngsters who were caught fighting with traffic police, reports Al-Watan Arabic daily.
According to a police source, security officers received information about some youngsters who were planning to race at the intersection along Damascus Street, on the Second Ring Road. Based on the information, police officers on patrol rushed to the location and closed the road to traffic, which infuriated the drunkards among the racers, and they began to fight with the traffic officers.

Drug kingpin, brother caught in massive haul of hashish, ‘pills’ : Officers of the Directorate General for Drug Control (DGDC) added another feather in their cap by seizing 72 kilograms of hashish (Abu Shabab type), 65,000 narcotic pills (Lexus) and KD 6,000 from a kingpin in the trade.
Reportedly, Director General Brigadier Sheikh Ahmad Al-Khalifa got wind of the activities of a military official who was using his position at Abdali border to smuggle large quantities of illicit drugs into the country. He then formed a team led by the Operations Chief Lt. Colonel Mohammad Al-Huzaim and his assistant Major Mohammad Qabazard.
The officers collaborated with detectives from the Public Prosecution Department to nab the suspect in bogus buying and selling deal. It took the undercover agents two months to conclude arrangement for purchase of 12 kilograms of hashish and 20,000 pills of drugs for KD 22,000. The officers spent another 10 days trailing his movement from a livestock pen and waylaid him in one of the trips after discovering that he had a large quantity of illicit items on him. The suspect tried to evade arrest but the officers got him down. He confessed to getting the items in collaboration with his unemployed brother from Iraq and said he used the pen to store and sell the contraband.
At the pen, the officers caught the suspect’s brother and another accomplice, in addition to remaining illicit items. The suspects revealed that an Iraqi accomplice was the main source of their consignments. The officers listed the Iraqi man on the wanted lists for arrest and prosecution.
Meanwhile, Sheikh Al-Khalifa disclosed that the country has got rid of the drug menace by 70 percent. He said this is the reason why prices of illicit items and alcohol have risen sharply in the country. He noted that waging war on such activities is a responsibility of authorities, citizens and expatriates at large. He affirmed that all agencies of the Interior Ministry have been striving to protect the country from the activities of unscrupulous elements. He lauded the Interior Minister Sheikh Jaber Al-Khaled for his determination to clean the country of devilish activities, in addition to able complementary roles played by the Undersecretary Lt General Ahmad Al-Rujaeb and Assistant Undersecretary for Public Security Affairs Lt General Ghazi Al-Omar. He also revealed that the arrested military official was wanted for evading a 15-year jail term.


By: Shibli Al-Rashed and Munaif Nayef

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