There are fake copies of ‘Air Doctor’ product manufactured by ‘Pharma Solutions,’ circulating in the market, the Ministry of Health and Community Protection has warned in a circular.
A 27-year-old man Gulf national was arrested and referred to criminal court, along with other runaway accomplices, for impersonating the identity of undercover police officers and robbing a group of men of over Dhs642,000 in cash and other items.
Arsalan admitted forging entries in the notebook of his University of New South Wales co-worker Kamer Nizamdeen in August 2018 after being jealous of Nizambeen’s contact with a mutual female friend.
Official records indicate that the two defendants had planned to steal some vehicle’s plate number in order to commit their robbery.
The Dubai Public Prosecution referred an Asian woman, 41, to the Dubai Criminal Court on charges of bringing fake sealing stamps of government institutions and banks in the UAE from her native country. The court started hearing the first session of the case.
The Dubai Criminal Court sentenced in absentia a European sales representative to 5 years in jail to be followed by deportation, besides a fine of Dhs7,772,000, on charges of defrauding an Arab investor.
It was revealed that the defendant used fake social media accounts and international numbers to search for his victims.
“The purpose of organising the annual workshop is to distinguish between genuine and counterfeit products and the risks of counterfeit products through the multimedia presentation by the concerned experts,” he said.
Three members of an African gang were arrested and referred to criminal court for robbing a European man using a toy gun to terrorise him in Dubai.