suspected criminal

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Summary: The much-awaited security plan in the Bekaa Valley will be strictly implemented and authorities will show no leniency with anyone wanted for suspected criminal activity, Speaker Nabih Berri was quoted as saying Monday.
The mother, father and son were convicted by the High Criminal Court for sheltering a suspected criminal between April 20 and 24 last year.
In between working on CID investigations, he illicitly searched police databases to find information for suspected criminal associates.
A 31-year-old man, a 53-yearold woman and a 26-year have been arrested on suspicion of being concerned in the of controlled drugs and helping police with their Chief Insp David Felton, from Northumbria Police's Northumberland Area Command, said: "We're determined to take action against those people whose suspected criminal activity causes the most in our communities.
POLICE in Cardiff are trying to track down three young sleuths who helped catch a suspected criminal.
Sky's actions were part of genuine investigations into a suspected criminal, John Darwin, the canoeist who faked his own death and was later convicted of fraud.
POLICE have charged a Midland gold dealer with handling up to pounds 2 million of suspected criminal proceeds.
GARDAI investigating suspected criminal activities yesterday seized a "substantial quantity of cash" and three cars.
After conducting preliminary questioning and examination of evidence at the scene, Iraqi Army soldiers identified and arrested the warranted explosives maker and two suspected criminal accomplices," it added.
Preliminary questioning and evidence collected at the scene led ISF to arrest two suspected criminal associates of the targeted individual," the statement concluded.
Additionally, the acquisition enhances TransUnion's comprehensive fraud databases, with known and suspected criminal and eviction information.
After the Norman conquest of England in 1066 by William the Conqueror, each county (or shire) had a shire reeve (from which sheriff is derived) who was responsible for calling together a posse of citizens whenever the need arose to apprehend a suspected criminal who was believed to be likely to try to flee the area.