PHOTOS - PSD releases photos, names of “most wanted fugitives” related to drug trafficking

Jordan

Published: 2024-01-24 18:08

Last Updated: 2024-06-24 10:36


PHOTOS - PSD releases photos, names of “most wanted fugitives” related to drug trafficking
PHOTOS - PSD releases photos, names of “most wanted fugitives” related to drug trafficking

The Public Security Directorate (PSD), in coordination with the Public Security Court, issued a statement in which it published photos and details of the most dangerous individuals wanted for drug-related crimes associated with international and regional drug trafficking gangs.

The statement released this evening stated that all these wanted individuals are armed and classified as extremely dangerous. They are fugitives from justice, with absentia judgments issued by the State Security Court against them.

The PSD affirmed that all the wanted individuals, whose photos, details, and criminal activities have been disclosed, are evading law enforcement authorities in border desert areas. They pose a threat to national and regional security, as well as to the safety of society and its security.

The PSD warned against dealing with these dangerous wanted individuals or harboring them, urging everyone to cooperate with security authorities and report any information about them and their criminal activities - as they represent a significant threat to national security and pose a great danger to society and the safety of its individuals.

The names are as follows:

1. Nahri Khalaf Ali Al-Hazaa (Born 1996):
- Classified as extremely dangerous and armed.
- Criminal activities: Importing and storing narcotics, collaborating with international and regional drug cartels, closely linked to drug traffickers on the other side of the northeastern border.
- Subpoenas against him: 17, including nine from the Anti-Narcotics Administration, 6 from the State Security Court, and two from the Northern Badia Police.
- Criminal record: 11 security records for drug importation, trafficking, collaboration with international drug cartels, firearms violations, resisting police, forming criminal associations, and terrorism.
- Convictions: four absentia judgments for 15 years each and two for 20 years each.

2. Ali Nawaf Ali (Born 1982):
- Classified as extremely dangerous and armed.
- Criminal activities and associations similar to the first individual.
- Subpoenas against him: 28, including 13 from the Anti-Narcotics Administration, 13 from the State Security Court, one from the Northern Badia Police, and one from the Military Security Directorate.
- Criminal record: 15 security records for drug-related offenses, firearms violations, and resisting drug law enforcement.
- Convictions: nine absentia judgments for 15 years each and four for 20 years each.

3. Muthqal Mu'annad Fahd Al-Ghaith (Born 1981):
- Classified as extremely dangerous and armed.
- Criminal activities and associations similar to the first individual.
- Subpoenas against him: 11, including four from the Anti-Narcotics Administration, three from the State Security Court, two from the Northern Badia Police, one from the Mafraq Police, and one from the Military Security Directorate.
- Criminal record: 19 security records for drug-related offenses, homicide, resisting police, and firearms violations.
- Convictions: two absentia judgments for 15 years each.

4. Saud Ubaid Mukhlif Al-Ghaith (Born 1988):
- Classified as extremely dangerous and armed.
- Criminal activities and associations similar to the first individual.
- Subpoenas against him: eight, including two from the Anti-Narcotics Administration, two from the State Security Court, two from the Northern Badia Police, and two from the Judiciary Execution.
- Criminal record: six security records for drug trafficking, collaboration with international drug cartels, resisting officials, firearms violations, and firing shots.
- Convictions: two absentia judgments for 15 years each.

5. Malham Khalaf Ali Al-Hazaa (Born 1998):
- Classified as extremely dangerous and armed.
- Criminal activities and associations similar to the first individual.
- Subpoenas against him: seven, including three from the Anti-Narcotics Administration, one from the State Security Court, and three from the Northern Badia Police.
- Criminal record: five security records for drug trafficking, collaboration with international drug cartels, forming criminal associations, terrorism, and firearms violations.
- Convictions: one absentia judgment for 15 years.

6. Abdul Kareem Suleiman Saghir Al-Ghaith (Born 1986):
- Classified as extremely dangerous and armed.
- Criminal activities and associations similar to the first individual.
- Subpoenas against him: nine, including two from the Anti-Narcotics Administration, 1 from the State Security Court, 2 from the Northern Badia Police, 2 from the Military Security Directorate, and 2 from the Judiciary Execution.
- Criminal record: 4 security records for drug trafficking, collaboration with international drug cartels, resisting officials, and firearms violations.
- Convictions: 1 absentia judgment for 15 years.

7. Ayyad Hussein Ayyad Al-Ghaith (Born 1981):
- Classified as extremely dangerous and armed.
- Criminal activities and associations similar to the first individual.
- Subpoenas against him: 14, including 8 from the Anti-Narcotics Administration, 2 from the State Security Court, 2 from the Northern Badia Police, and 2 from the Military Security Directorate.
- Criminal record: 29 security records for drug trafficking, collaboration with international drug cartels, forming criminal associations, terrorism, firearms violations, and illegal border crossing.
- Convictions: 2 absentia judgments for 15 years each.

8. T’rad Naif Ali (Born 1983):
- Classified as extremely dangerous and armed.
- Criminal activities and associations similar to the first individual.
- Subpoenas against him: 15, including 7 from the Anti-Narcotics Administration, 7 from the State Security Court, and 1 from the Northern Badia Police.
- Criminal record: 8 security records for drug trafficking and firearms violations.
- Convictions: 4 absentia judgments for 15 years each and 2 for 20 years each.

The public is strongly warned against dealing with these dangerous individuals or providing them shelter. Cooperation with law enforcement authorities to report any information about them and their criminal activities is encouraged to contribute to societal protection from their threats. These individuals represent a significant danger to national security and pose a considerable risk to the community and its safety.