Inspectors foil bid to smuggle 91,000 pills

KUWAIT: Air cargo custom inspectors foiled a Syrian man’s attempt to smuggle 91,000 illicit pills hidden in string lights imported from Lebanon to Kuwait, said security sources. Case papers indicate that custom inspectors suspected a parcel arriving from Lebanon and on checking it, the pills were found. Inspectors repacked the parcel and waited for the recipient to pick it up. He was arrested on collecting it.

A girl told Mubarak Al-Kabeer police station officers that someone she did not know abducted her and took her to an apartment, where he raped her before letting her go, said security sources. A case was filed for investigations to verify the girl’s claims then identify and arrest the suspect.

Cop faces charges
The Interior Ministry’s cybercrimes department is currently examining a video that was recently posted on social media networks showing a policeman in uniform with a half-naked drunk woman, to identify him and hold him legally accountable.

A female citizen reported that someone she knows and broke up with recently called asking to meet her in Maidan Hawally to ‘sort their problems out’. The woman added that on arriving at the meeting place, he immediately charged at her, beating and insulting her before he snatched her mobile phone and fled the scene. The girl provided a medical report with her injuries. A case was filed and the man is being summoned for further investigations.

Jewelry stolen
An Arab woman lodged a complaint with Fintas police accusing her husband of stealing her gold jewelry. A case was filed and the husband is being summoned for further investigations. – Translated from the Arabic press

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