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Amir Al Sonny, Mohamed Yasine, Staff Reporters
The Court of Appeal in Fujairah has looked into the murder case of an Asian worker by his colleague in a labour accommodation in the emirate. According to the police records, the defendant who was a flatmate of the victim, was consuming alcohol excessively with five others on the day of the incident. The defendant and the victim entered into a heated discussion. The accused assaulted the victim and stabbed him with a knife in the abdomen. The suspect was subsequently arrested by the police after an attempt to rescue the victim.
The department questioned the accused about the charges. He admitted to the first charge, drinking alcohol, and for the second, the murder, he said, “I did not know what I was doing on that night.” In another development, a Khaleeji, 31, has been referred to the Criminal Court on Monday over assaulting two cops while they were on duty in December last year. The details date back to the time when a police patrol was alerted about a wanted vehicle carrying a number persons. It had been escaping from the police patrols of Qusais Police Station.
The vehicle was monitored, but the driver remained disobeying the calls to stop for about an hour, and then stopped on the side of the road and ran away with three people.
The operations room received a tip-off indicating that another vehicle was monitored carrying the absconding persons. Thus, it was tracked until it stopped nearby at a villa. One of them entered a neighbouring house, while the other remained inside the vehicle. One of them resisted the patrol members, refused to restrain his hands and tried to escape. He then beat the cops, the Court heard.
An Asian worker molested a boy, 16, after he had tricked him into buying clothes from his store. The Dubai Public Prosecution referred the defendant to the courts of law. The case began with the juvenile’s consent to go with the defendant, who gave him the wrong impression that he was selling men’s garments. The boy discovered later that the defendant had a store for selling women’s garments.
During the Public Prosecution’s investigations, the victim said that when he was with his mother in a market in Dubai, he saw the defendant who asked him to go with him to his store where Arab clothes were sold. Later, the boy discovered that the defendant’s store was for selling women’s garments. The worker took advantage of being alone with the child to molest him. The scared boy, however, escaped and told the police.
The Fujairah Misdemeanors Court has heard four different cases related to the use and possession of drugs and violation of regular examination procedures and rules.
The Criminal Court of Abu Dhabi on Tuesday looked into the case of a European woman accused of drinking alcohol without a license and beating up a cop who was trying to arrest her. She allegedly caused damages to the rear of the police patrol vehicle, in addition to breaking its glass, the Court heard.
The Fujairah Court of Cassation on Tuesday looked into the case in which five Africans, including two women were accused of adultery, other indecent acts and abuse of alcohol.
The Abu Dhabi Criminal Court has adjourned to July 30 a case in which an Arab was charged with abusing methamphetamine, driving a vehicle under the influence of drugs, possessing bullets, colliding with a police vehicle and resisting policemen who tried to arrest him.
The Centre also confirmed that it is following the situation around the clock and would continue brief the public on the latest developments, calling on the public, road users and motorists to exercise precautions when driving during rain, and to avoid nearing surface runoffs and pools of rainwater. It also appealed to members of the society to follow the bulletins and reports issued by the NCM and not to circulate rumors.
The multi-millionaire ex-Chancellor and his wife Akshata Murty were last year granted planning permission to build a swimming pool, gym and an adjoining tennis court on farmland at the manor house.
Asad Kaleem, an executive producer at ARY, said that the action means that 4,000 employees at the TV are now without work. He pleaded with the government to reverse its decision and bring the hugely popular ARY back on air.