Tag: Theft

Lohan faces jail over gem theft, US judge warns

LOS ANGELES - A judge warned troubled US starlet Lindsay Lohan on Wednesday that she faces jail, as she appeared in court again over the theft of a $2,500 necklace from a Los Angeles jewellery store. Judge Keith Schwarz told the 24-year-old that she would be sent to jail if she pleads guilty under a deal offered by prosecutors, connected with an earlier probation violation.
"This case does involve jail time -- period," he said. "If you plead in front of me -- if this case

Hospital staff involved in medicine theft

LAHORE - A high level committee, constituted on the instruction of Secretary Health Punjab Fawad Hassan Fawad for investigating the incident stolen medicines from the private pharmacy of Services Hospital has submitted its report. Fawad disclosed that as per the inquiry report, connivance of staff in medicines' theft has been proved and stern action was being taken against those involved in this matter.

Another bike theft in PU

Punjab University (PU) administration has failed to control motorcycle theft from the varsity as on Friday one more student from PU Political Science Department lost his bike from the hostels' area. PU students condemned the administration for being unable to control thefts and said they will protest in the coming days against the poor security arrangements in hostels. PU students gathered at the hostels, where Ahmad was found lamenting on the loss of his motorcycle. Ahmad said he was

Registration of car theft, mobile snatching cases under ATA?

ISLAMABAD - Without enacting any law to the effect, Interior Minister Rehman Malik on Monday directed the newly-appointed Inspector General Police Islamabad Wajid Ali Khan to register cases of mobile snatching and car theft under the Anti-Terrorism Act.
Wajid called on the interior minister at his office with DIG operation. What seemed to be a mockery of the prevailing laws, Malik directed the police high ups to register cases of car theft and mobile snatching under the ATA. He

Lindsay Lohan denies necklace theft

LOS ANGELES - Lindsay Lohan's lawyer on Saturday denied reports that the actress had stolen a necklace and said any charges against her would be fought in court. Los Angeles police have been investigating allegations that the "Mean Girls" star walked off from a jewelry store last month without paying for a $2,500 necklace. Prosecutors are reviewing whether to file formal charges against Lohan, although the necklace has been returned to a police station.
"We vehemently deny these