33 Fugitives captured in Jordan

Jordan

Published: 2018-10-17 14:00

Last Updated: 2018-10-17 14:05


The criminals were tracked down by the tracking department at the Judicial Execution Management. (Pplware.sapo.pt)
The criminals were tracked down by the tracking department at the Judicial Execution Management. (Pplware.sapo.pt)
Roya News Source

The Judicial Execution Management caught on Wednesday, October 17, 2018, 33 criminals who are wanted on various financial and criminal charges.

The criminals were tracked down by the tracking department at the Judicial Execution Management, who have been tirelessly working to find the culprits - alongside various security departments across the Kingdom - since the beginning of this week, according to the spokesperson for the Public Security Directorate (PSD).

One of the two prominent fugitives disappeared without paying the whopping JD4.4 million he owes; he was arrested in Karak.

The second offender is wanted for committing 24 felonies worth JD500,000, who remained in hiding in Amman since 2016, an official source said.

The remaining offenders were detained in Balqa, Zarqa, Jerash, Irbid and Karak; they are wanted for committing three or more offences, ranging in financial fraud between JD50,000 and JD250,000.