A 36-year-old African stole money and the phones of 7 Asian girls after breaking into their house and beating them up. The Dubai Criminal Court sentenced him to one year in jail to be followed by deportation after serving the jail term.
The Dubai Criminal Court has sentenced a gang of 4 Africans, including a fugitive to one year in prison and ordered them to pay jointly a fine of Dhs342,000 over the charges of robbery under knife-point.
Dubai Criminal Court sentenced a 31-year-old African woman to 6 months in jail for attempting to travel to her home country with a forged travel document belonging to another girl. She will be deported after serving her jail term.
A court sentenced an Asian to one month in jail to be followed by deportation and fined him Dhs45,000 on charges of stealing 20 suction tubes worth Dhs45,000 from a contracting company, in which he worked as warehouse keeper.
The case dates back to last July when a project support co-ordinator at a contracting company filed a complaint in which he stated that their warehouse keeper had stolen tubes that belonged to the company.
According to the complainant’s statement in the investigations, she was surprised by an Asian sitting in the driver’s seat of her vehicle while she was waiting in the front of a veterinary clinic in the Dubai International City.
The suspect confessed to his crime and said that he got angry because the victim had recorded a phone conversations between him (suspect) and his wife and divulged it to other colleagues
The case dated back to November last year when the Criminal Investigation Department received a tip-off that a girl under 18 was being exploited to work as a prostitute by a group of women.
The Abu Dhabi Court for Family and Civil and Administrative Cases rejected a lawsuit of a man, who demanded his ex-wife to pay him half a million dirhams in compensation for the material and moral damages he sustained, after she filed two malicious lawsuits against him.
The complainant filed a lawsuit in which she said that the appellee borrowed from her Dhs40,000 and promised to repay them after a short period. She reportedly asked the appellant for other Dhs30,000, bringing the total amount to Dhs70,000.
The Dubai Naturalisation and Residency Prosecution referred the manager of a human resources consultancy company to the court on charges of employing workers on other’s sponsorship without complying with the terms of the sponsorship.