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59 Drums of liquor found in huge Wafra booze factory
September 24, 2014, 9:11 am
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A team from the office of Assistant Undersecretary for Public Security Affairs Major General Abdul Fattah Al-Ali raided a huge liquor factory in Wafra where they found 136 bottles of locally brewed alcohol, 59 drums of liquor, 14 gas cylinders, 15 bags of sugar, and four cartons of leavening agent.

Securitymen from the same team also arrested an Asian in Mangaf for the possession of 16 bottles of local alcohol, three Africans in Riqqa - two for absconding and one for holding expired visa, one person in Zoor for involvement in different cases, and shut down four mobile grocery stores - two near the Bneder chalets and the other two in Khairan.

On the other hand, Ahmadi securitymen arrested an Asian man in Mahboula for the possession of 39 bottles of liquor ready for sale. Another security team arrested seven persons for involvement in undisclosed cases and four for committing financial crimes, in addition to impounding six vehicles at Abdullah Port as the owners were found to have violated traffic regulations.

39 residence law violators nabbed

Some 39 residency law violators were apprehended by security operatives from the Criminal Investigation Department in Mirqab, Kuwait City, in the ongoing campaign by Citizenship and Passport Affairs sector across the country, says an Interior Ministry press statement.

The campaign targets illegal residents, including those who escaped from their sponsors and others against whom absconding cases have been filed. The sector confirmed that the campaign will continue in an indeterminate period to enforce law, and the people found sheltering law violators will face the rigor of law. All suspects arrested during the operation have since been referred to concerned authorities.

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