UK´s Most Wanted Fugitives - Believed to be in Spain
UK´s Most Wanted Fugitives - January 2022 . A new appeal has been launched to trace 12 of the UK's most wanted fugitives believed to be hiding in Spain. The offenders are wanted for crimes including murder, large-scale drugs trafficking, and supplying firearms and ammunition.
The UK National Crime Agency (NCA)’s Most Wanted campaign is run in conjunction with the independent charity CrimeStoppers, Spanish law enforcement and UK policing. It comes on the back of the successful Operation Captura campaign in Spain, which resulted in the arrest of 86 offenders
Many of the offenders may be trying to blend into the large British communities in Spain and you may recognise one of them from your own town or village. You can find full details of all the fugitives at https://crimestoppers-uk.org/fugitives.
If you have any information that may be helpful, please do call 900 926 111 (or 0800 555 111 if you are in the UK). Calls are free and you will stay completely anonymous. Calls to both numbers will be answered by CrimeStoppers in the UK.
UK´s Most Wanted Fugitives
Anyone with information about one of the most wanted is urged to call the free Spanish number 900 926 111, which will be answered by CrimeStoppers in the UK (using translation if required). Callers in the UK should call CrimeStoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
Alternatively, members of the public can fill out an anonymous online form at the UK charity’s website crimestoppers-uk.org/fugitives.
Calvin PARRIS - CS reference: CS2201-18588
Wanted for supply of class A drugs - Calvin PARRIS from Cardiff is wanted by South Wales Police for being involved in the purchase and onward distribution of cocaine between February 2020 and June 2020.
Nana Kwaku Nsiah OPPONG - CS reference: CS2201-18587
Nana OPPONG DOB 28/05/1980 from London is wanted by Essex police in connection with the murder of Robert Powell, 50. Oppong allegedly drove to a party where Powell was present and shot him eight times with a 9mm pistol. Oppong and Powell allegedly belonged to rival criminal networks.
Asim NAVEED - CS reference: CS2201-18586
Naveed has allegedly had a leading role in a highly organised crime group. Using encrypted comms platform EncroChat, he is accused of acquiring large quantities of cocaine from upstream suppliers and onward distribution through Cardiff and Wales. It is estimated he and his OCG brought 46 kilos of cocaine into Wales during the period worth up to £7,885,680
UK´s Most Wanted Fugitives
John James JONES - CS reference: CS2201-18582
John James JONES is wanted for wounding with intent, Jones (and a co-accused) allegedly assaulted two people by stabbing them numerous times with a knife causing serious injuries. It is believed Jones fled the UK in the immediate aftermath. There is information to show he stayed at a hotel in Madrid the night after the stabbings but left rapidly the next morning.
Benjamin MACANN - CS reference: CS2201-18579
Wanted for his alleged involvement in the supply of multi kilograms of cocaine in 2020 in which he and accomplices used encrypted handsets.
Dean GARFORTH - CS reference: CS2201-18578
Garforth is allegedly involved in a well-established Organised Crime Group supplying significant quantities of cocaine and cannabis and involved in trading firearms and ammunition. It is alleged he used the now defunct encrypted communications platform EncroChat to facilitate these offences in and around the North West of England and that his OCG also adulterated the drugs before moving them on.
NEW - Alex Male
Aged 29, who is accused of money laundering and conspiring to acquire a firearm as part of his drug dealing activity, he is thought to be on the run in the Marbella area.
He measures 1.82m tall, and has distinctive tattoos, on the entire front of his neck, also tribal type tattoos up his right arm.
UK´s Most Wanted Fugitives
Callum HALPIN - CS reference: CS2201-18577
Wanted by Greater Manchester in connection with the murder of Luke Graham and the attempted murder of Anton Verigotta. Halpin was allegedly one of three men who drove to the attack site and took part in the murder
Jack MAYLE - CS reference: CS2201-18585
Jack MAYLE is wanted by Surrey Police for his involvement in the supply of MDMA, methylphenidate (a pharmaceutical drug) and diazepam. Mayle fled after being charged. He allegedly ran a drug line in South London and Surrey called the Flavour Quest. He worked with a dark web drug dealer buying and selling drugs between each other for onward sales through their respective drug networks. They sold LSD and various pharmaceutical medication.
Mark Francis ROBERTS - CS reference: CS2201-18583
Mark ROBERTS 23/07/1993 from Liverpool is wanted by Merseyside police in connection with the Grievous Bodily Harm and attempted robbery of a man’s £60,000 Richard Mille watch. The victim was attacked by two men with a blade at around 1.30am on 30 September 2016 after he parked his car on his home driveway. The victim refused to surrender his watch and was so badly injured he suffered life-threatening injuries and was treated in a critical care unit for puncture wounds, a collapsed lung and many lacerations. The victim heard one of the attackers say he’d cut himself in the attack, and Roberts’s blood was later identified at the scene.
Callum Michael ALLAN - CS reference: CS2201-18581
Callum Michael Allan is wanted for twelve alleged offences including: Possession with intent to supply Class A (heroin), supply Class A (cocaine), possession of cannabis, assaulting an emergency worker, affray and dangerous driving. On 11 June 2019 police raided a house suspected to be used for drugs deals. Allan fled and assaulted two officers who restrained him. He was in possession of 113.29 grams of heroin. Allan was charged and appeared at court in April 2020 where he was given unconditional bail and failed to return.
James STEVENSON - Arrested in the Netherlands, not in Spain where he was originally suspected to be living
Joshua HENDRY - CS reference: CS2201-18584 now arrested
24th January - 30 year old Joshua Hendry, was detained in San Pedro de Alcántara, Andalucia, after an off duty police officer recognised him from the published crimestoppers photos, and called it in
He is accused of being a member of a Liverpool OCG and conspiracy to supply Class A Drugs. It is alleged he trafficked heroin and crack cocaine from Liverpool to Grimsby for onward distribution and controlled the phone line used for this. His mother and brother were convicted as part of the conspiracy. Hendry is also wanted over a separate drugs conspiracy to supply cocaine in May 2018 for which he was sentenced in his absence to 10 years' imprisonment in March 2019.
The National Crime Agency and Police Scotland want to speak with James Stevenson in connection with multiple offences relating to organised crime in Scotland and the wider United Kingdom, namely in relation to the seizure of approximately one tonne of cocaine found within a shipment of unaccompanied freight arriving at the Port of Dover in September 2020, and in relation to the production and supply of approximately 28 million Etizolam ‘street valium’ tablets, seized following a raid on a suspected pill factory in Kent in June 2020.
He is also wanted in connection with two suspected wilful fire-raising attacks on properties in the Lanarkshire and Forth Valley areas in May 2020.
Members of the public should not approach Stevenson directly but instead are urged to contact the authorities.
Anyone with information about any of the men above is urged to call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111, while callers in Spain should call the freephone Spanish number 900 926 111, which will be answered by CrimeStoppers in the UK.