Man Wanted by Interpol Arrested After Allegedly Kidnapping Two Women From Jakarta Club

June 11, 2012

Jakarta Globe on June 11, 2012 published the following:

By: Zaky Pawas

“A Uzbek national wanted by Interpol for human trafficking was arrested by Jakarta Police on Monday after allegedly kidnapping two women working at a Central Jakarta nightclub.

Musaev Samir, 33, was arrested early Monday morning at his apartment at the Cibubur Residences in Bekasi. He reportedly kidnapped his ex-girlfriend Nadiya Dobos, an Uzbek national, and her Russian friend Anna Iyasereva. The two women were allegedly working as DJ at Illigals night club on Jalan Hayam Wuruk, Jakarta Police spokesman Sr. Comr. Rikwanto said.

“The suspect is an ex-boyfriend of the victim [Dobos] and on June 6, 2012, he told her to stop working at Illigals,” Rikwanto said.

Samir had offered Dobos $1,000 to quit her job at the club, but she reportedly refused, police said.

He then allegedly kidnapped Iyasereva on June 6 and threatened to kill her if Dobos refused to leave her job.

Dobos met Samir on June 7 and accompanied him to a mall and a hotel, police said.

On June 9, she asked Samir to take her back to the dormitory run by Illigals. He agreed, but reportedly threatened to kill Iyasereva if Dobos tried to run.

Dobos reported the kidnapping to the Illigals management and then ran. The night club called the Jakarta Police.

Police raided Samir’s home, finding Iyasereva and seizing a Range Rover, three expensive watches and a savings account ledger showing Rp 1 billion ($106,000) in his bank account.

“We’re tracking down where he got the money from. He made an account at BCA [Bank Central Asia] using a fake Indonesian ID card,” Adj. Sr. Comr. Helmy Santika of the Jakarta Police, said.

Samir has been wanted by Interpol since 2009 for people smuggling and sex trafficking. The Uzbek national allegedly trafficked women from Uzbekistan to Indonesia and other Asian countries, where they were sold into prostitution.

Interpol Indonesia officer First Insp. Yudhi Saroja said Samir would be tried in Indonesia for kidnapping, before he was extradited to Uzbekistan.”

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Italian Wanted by Interpol Detained in Minsk

May 4, 2012

Telegraf.by on May 4, 2012 released the following:

“May 3, a resident of Manerba (Italy), who was wanted by Interpol since October 2010 at the request of law enforcement agencies of Egypt, was detained in the Belarusian National airport “Minsk” at border control for the flight “Milan-Minsk.” The Italian, who is the CEO of a large trading company, is suspected of fraud.

Asccrding to the spokesman for the Interior Ministry of Internal Affairs in the transport of Belarus, Alexander Marchenko, the Italian citizen is known to have come to Belarus to establish a business relationship with one of the companies in the country. The detainee is now in a detention center. The question of his extradition to the initiator of the search is being considered, BelTA informs.

As Telegraf previously reported, in January, at the National airport “Minsk,” border guards and employees of transport militia detained a resident of Navapolatsk, who had arrived in Belarus from the Swedish capital – Stockholm. He had been wanted at home since September 2010 for evading to pay a large loan.”

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Alleged Multiple Murderer Wanted by Interpol is Held in Dubai

May 1, 2012

Emirates 24/7 on May 1, 2012 released the following:

“Multiple murderer wanted by Interpol held in Dubai

Dubai Police has arrested a South Asian who is wanted by the Interpol as he is charged with six cases of murder, extortion and robbery in his home country, India.

The man allegedly worked as a car mechanic and visited Dubai frequently.

According to General Khalil Ibrahim Al Mansouri, Director-General, CID, Dubai Police, he entered the country in March and lived mostly in deserted houses. His compatriots allegedly helped him with food and money.

Dubai Police was on the look out after receiving his extradition papers.

The police coordinated with the Ministry of Interior to arrest him. he will be extradited to his home country.

Two female drug dealers arrested in Dubai

Two African female drug dealers who managed to skip airport customs in other countries were seized separately in Dubai, with one hiding costly cocaine in her hair and the other concealing heroin in her shoes.

Customs inspectors at Dubai airport caught the two in April after receiving information by the emirate’s counter-drug squads that two African women might be trying to smuggle narcotics through Dubai.

The first women, a 25-year-old Kenya, arrived from Argentina on April 4 and Dubai airport female inspectors noticed an unusual bulge in her hair.

When they asked her about the bulge, the woman said she was using a special hair glue but the inspectors were not convinced.

“When they looked into her hair, they found 10 plastic rolls inside hair curls….they contained nearly 360 gm of cocaine which is known to be very expensive compared with other drugs,” newspapers said, quoting Major General Abdul Jalil Al Asmawi, head of the counter-narcotics department.

He told newspapers that the woman confessed she had received the stuff from a female South African friend who lives in Argentina. “She said she was asked by that woman to deliver the drugs to a man in Johannesburg in return for a sum of money,” he said, adding that the woman has been referred to the competent authorities in the emirate.

The other woman, 28, arrived in Dubai on April 17 and attracted the attention of customs authorities by her confused behaviour, Asmawi said.

He said the woman had come from Faisal Abad and was heading for Nairobi, adding that around 205 kg of heroin were found concealed in one shoe and 198 gm in the other. He said the woman told police she had received the stuff from a Nigerian friend residing in Pakistan and that she asked her to deliver the drugs to a man in Malawi who was to meet her at a hotel. “She said she agreed to do the job in return for 50 bags of rice.””

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Former Gadhafi ally, believed to be on Interpol wanted list, in exile in France

May 1, 2012

Washington Post on May 1, 2012 released the following:

“By Associated Press,

PARIS — French President Nicolas Sarkozy says that a former top aide to Libya’s Moammar Gadhafi apparently wanted by Interpol is living in France with government permission.

The ex-aide, Basher Saleh, is a target of U.S. sanctions.

Sarkozy said on RMC radio Tuesday that “Saleh is in France.” Sarkozy says France’s government decided to take Saleh in after consulting Libyan authorities.

Sarkozy insists that the French government is “working hand in hand with the Libyan authorities” and will turn Saleh over to Interpol if asked.

Sarkozy says the question of the suspect’s identity needs to be settled first. Interpol’s website has a so-called red notice for a man named Bashir al-Shrkawi, based on a Libyan warrant for “fraud.” The photo in the listing appears to be that of Saleh.”

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Ontario man sought by Interpol for alleged fraud

April 25, 2012

Toronto Sun on April 24, 2012 released the following:

“BY HEATHER RIVERS, WOODSTOCK SENTINEL-REVIEW

WOODSTOCK — An Ontario man has been listed on Interpol as being sought by authorities.

William Charles Rath, 70, is listed as wanted on the Interpol website by U.S. police in the Western District of Kentucky/Puducah.

The website said Rath was born in Ingersoll.

Media accounts from 2005 say Rath owned a home in Uniondale at the time the charges of fraud and money laundering were laid.

Three U.S. men were also charged in the case.

Rath allegedly defrauded 200 people through the TCI investment club and was named in a $765-million US class-action lawsuit.

According to a statement of claim filed in Ontario Superior Court of Justice in London in 2005, TCI Investment Club took in at least $15 million US from investors across North America, including several hundred in southwestern Ontario.

Rath was detained in Canada on the U.S. charges and posted $100,000 bail before disappearing.

Anyone with information is asked to contact local, national police or the General Secretariat of Interpol.”

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Most wanted human trafficker held

March 21, 2012

The Times of India on March 21, 2012 released the following:

“A Selvaraj, TNN

CHENNAI: A city-based racketeer, wanted by Interpol for trafficking youths and women to Australia by ferry, was arrested near Nagapattinam on Sunday.

Acting on a tip-off, ‘Q’ branch police laid a trap and nabbed ‘Italy’ A Rajan alias Rajan alias Soundararajan, 43, a native of Jaffna in Sri Lanka, from a hideout in Nagapattinam. A satellite phone was seized from him and Rajan was remanded in prison. A hunt is on for his associates.

Rajan told police that he and his associate, identified by police as Dayalan of Colombo, regularly sent migrants, mostly Sri Lankan Tamils, to Australia after collecting Rs 3 lakh from each. A sum of Rs 1 lakh would be given to the broker bringing a migrant to Rajan.

Rajan, who had links with Kerala fishermen, “would buy an old trawler or mechanized fishing boat at a cheap price and then modify it to house migrants,” a police officer said.

Each ferry, carrying 30-40 people, reached Christmas Island, 800 km from Australia and under Canberra’s control, after a journey of 15 days. “It carried 3,000 litres of diesel and 2,000 litres of drinking water, rice and vegetables and the migrants bathed in sea water,” a police officer said.

On entering Australian waters, the ferry would be taken to Christmas Island and the people in it admitted to a special camp. After a thorough check, they would be flown to an Australian city and granted Australian citizenship after a while. Most landed jobs that paid at least $1,500 (Australian) a month, police said based on Rajan’s confession.

Sources said Rajan, a Class 8 dropout, left Maamunai in Jaffna for Italy at age 10 to work as a servant and returned home after the December 26, 2004 tsunami. He met Dayalan, who was involved in the human trafficking racket, and joined the racket.

Rajan was then arrested and booked by the Colombo police for indulging in human trafficking. He escaped and stayed for some time in Jaffna and came to Trichy in Tamil Nadu and stayed in a refugee camp where he married a Sri Lankan woman named Yamuna. He soon moved to Chennai and was continuing the racket from here when the Colombo police, still on his trail, got a red corner notice issued by Interpol to trace Rajan. He again moved south, to Nagapattinam where he was finally caught.”

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Interpol ‘red notices’ up 62 percent

January 21, 2012

UPI.com on January 19, 2012 released the following:

“MOSCOW, Jan. 19 (UPI) — The number of “red notices” issued by Interpol rose more than 62 percent in 2011 to 26,000 compared with 2010, Interpol’s chief said Thursday.

Ronald Noble, the chief of the international commission, said red notices, which request the arrest of wanted persons with a goal of extradition, climbed from 16,000 in 2010, RIA Novosti reported.

At the same time, the number of “diffusions” — informal arrest warrants placed on Interpol’s communications system — increased by 15,000, to 49,000, or about 44 percent.

Overall, the number of Interpol notices increased to 75,000, or 50 percent.

In the past 11 years, the number of people wanted by Interpol has increased nearly six-fold.

The operations of Interpol, whose full name is the International Criminal Police Commission, have become much more public, Noble said. In 2000, 95 percent of its notices were issued secretly, compared with fewer than half its notices today.”

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Azerbaijan Arrests Persons Wanted by Interpol

October 24, 2011

TREND News Agency on October 24, 2011 released the following:

“Four groups engaged in human trafficking have been rendered harmless in the first three quarters of 2011 in Azerbaijan, a report submitted to the Azerbaijani Parliament by the National Coordinator on Combating Human Trafficking says on Monday.

During this period, 70 human trafficking cases have been recorded and 17 people committing crimes have been arrested. Some 27 victims of human trafficking have been revealed, the report says.

Three internationally wanted persons have been arrested by Interpol and handed over to the investigation. Search is underway for 17 individuals.

Some 17 people of human trafficking victims have been taken to Turkey, five – to Iran, 2 – United Arab Emirates, 2 – Russia.”

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Ecuador Arrests Maxim Myasnikov Who is on INTERPOL’s Red Notice List

July 7, 2011

The Associated Press (AP) on July 7, 2011 released the following:

“The Canadian Press – ONLINE EDITION

QUITO, Ecuador – Ecuadorean officials say they have arrested a Russian man wanted by Interpol on weapons and explosives charges.

Col. Jose Ortiz of the Judicial Police says Maxim Myasnikov was detained in Cumbaya. That’s an upscale suburb of the capital, Quito.

Ortiz says Myasnikov had been living there on falsified documents since 2006. He was selling construction materials and had travelled to Peru several times.

Interpol says he is wanted for “crimes against life and health” as well as crimes involving weapons and explosives. The 34-year-old man born in the Tajikistan city of Leninabad is awaiting deportation to Russia.”

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