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Security crackdown nets law violaters
May 23, 2015, 8:05 am

Officers from the Special Task Force units in different governorates have conducted security campaigns in compliance with the directive of Deputy Premier and Minister of Interior Sheikh Mohammad Al-Khaled Al-Hamad Al- Sabah and under the supervision of Undersecretary Lieutenant General Sulaiman Al-Fahad.

In a press statement, the Ministry of Interior disclosed the officers arrested 13 persons wanted by law for various offenses, those who violated the Residency Law and fugitives in Hawally Governorate. In Farwaniya, 131 people were arrested for violating the Residency Law, holding expired visa and wanted by law for involvement in different cases. In Ahmadi, 84 people were arrested for Residency Law violation and four involved in drug-related cases while 34 vehicles were impounded.

In Mubarak Al- Kabeer, 34 people were arrested for violating the Residency Law and those who committed various crimes; in addition to three people suspected of possessing drugs. In the Capital Governorate, 22 people were arrested for involvement in various offenses and those who violated the Residency Law.

Moreover, public security officers carried out impromptu security campaigns, resulting in the arrest of eight people found to have violated the Residency Law and five others for consuming drugs. Meanwhile, in a recent campaign, officers from Ahmadi Security Directorate impounded 49 vehicles, issued 52 traffic citations, and apprehended 3 youths for performing stunts at Fahaheel Industrial Area, in addition to 70 individuals for violating residency law, reports a local daily.

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