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Four Kuwaitis, two GCC expats caught with heroin, other drugs
September 7, 2015, 8:38 am

Under the supervision of Capital Security Chief Major General Ibrahim Al-Tarrah, a team of officers arrested a Kuwaiti wanted by law with heroin and drugs paraphernalia in his possession.The Kuwaiti had earlier been sentenced to three years in jail for his involvement in undisclosed case. Meanwhile, Capital securitymen also arrested a Kuwaiti wanted by law for involvement in a swindling case. He is accused of deceiving an unidentified person who gave him KD 300 for bogus commercial transaction.

Moreover, another team of officers from the Capital Security Directorate recovered two stolen vehicles in Shuwaikh Industrial Area.

Investigations are ongoing to identify the thief. Meanwhile, two GCC expatriates were arrested while another escaped after they were caught in possession of drugs in Mahboula area. According to security sources, Private Task Force officers were patrolling Mahboula area when they stopped a vehicle with three occupants.

Immediately, one of the individuals jumped out of the car and ran away. Securitymen stopped the other two from escaping and checked their details to discover both are GCC expatriates and the driver of the vehicle is working at Ministry of Interior.

Securitymen checked the vehicle and found drugs. The two suspects were arrested and referred with the drugs to the Directorate General for Drug Control for necessary legal action against them.

Investigations have been launched to find and arrest the runaway suspect. And, patrolmen affiliated to the Public Security Sector arrested three Kuwaiti citizens in Al-Rai area in possession of illicit drugs and military ranking decorations.

A security source said the patrolmen aroused suspicion of the youths after they tried in vain to flee after sighting the officers in the aforementioned area. They retrieved two Kuwaiti passports which do not belong to any of the suspects, and an unspecified sum with narcotics. All three suspects were referred with the items to concerned authorities.

Source: Arab Times

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