KUWAIT: A 28-year-old citizen turned himself in to Naseem police, confessing to running over a 7-year-old boy in the same area last week, which led to his death. The man admitted that the accident happened due to reckless driving on his part. The man was handed to detectives. The incident took place last week, when the suspect was driving recklessly before running over the child and killing him.
Car mechanic attacked
A car mechanic was beaten by two men after he repaired their car. The Iranian man had tried to stop the men when they attempted to escape without paying him, but failed and they managed to flee. A case was filed for investigations.
A fight between two neighbors in Qairawan ended in stabbing one of them. The fight was over the children of one of them throwing stones at the other’s house. Jahra police went to the scene and controlled the fight, and sent the injured man to hospital. He then went to lodge a complaint at the police station. An assault and grave harm charge was filed.
Ex-wife appeals ruling
A male radio presenter won a civil case committing his divorced wife, also a radio personality, to pay him a certain amount of money. Her lawyer also won a case to get his fees, which she refused to pay, taking the total to KD 41,000. The woman plans to appeal.
Four thieves beat a Syrian man severely then stole his car from the front of his house, according to police. The four escaped, after that the victim lodged a complaint at the police station. The man had just started his car’s engine when four men asked him to get out of the vehicle. He refused, so they pulled him out and beat him before driving off in his car. He told police that he does not know the culprits. Detectives are working on the case. In a separate case, a citizen in his forties told Mubarak Al-Kabeer police that someone broke into his car and stole cheques, along with important documents and two passports. Criminal evidence lifted fingerprints and the case was handed to Mubarak Al-Kabeer detectives.
liquor factory busted
Ahmadi detectives raided a liquor factory in Mahboula and arrested two Asian men who were running it. Two hundred and forty bottles and 90 full barrels were found. The two were sent to the Drug Control General Directorate.
A citizen accused her sister of beating her over previous disputes. She submitted a medical report stating the injuries she suffered from the beating. Police called the sister, but she refused to come to the police station, so detectives were asked to arrest her. – Al-Rai