2 charged for hiding gang violence suspect
The police had to work for a month-and-a-half to find Faih, who was accused in the violence that went down in January.
Prosecutor General's (PG) office on Tuesday filed charges against two people for allegedly hiding Ibrahim Faih Nizam, who was wanted by the police for attacking and injuring a person during a gang clash in Male.
The police had to work for a month-and-a-half to find Faih, who was accused in the violence that went down in January. In the end, he surrendered to the police.
The police arrested five persons for allegedly hiding Faih, but later released two of them.
Charges have been filed against:
Abdulla Junaid, L. Gan
Mohamed Shabeeb, R. Kandholhudhoo
They have been charged with sheltering a criminal to prevent their arrest.
Last month, Faih, who was arrested in connection with a series of gang fights, was charged.
Faih is being charged with:
Assault with a dangerous weapon
Touching another person without their consent
Obstructing the work of a law enforcement personnel
In addition, in connection with the same fight, Ali Fariz, H. Dhiggamaage, Male and Maain Mohammad Azeem, M.a. Aadhipparu, Male were also charged with touching another person without consent on March 30.