Five Hungarian men have been added to the list of Europol’s most wanted criminals, the Emergency Police National Investigation Bureau (NNI) announced on police.hu on Thursday.
Police have detained a Hungarian man suspected of promising to arrange honorary consular positions in Africa for money, the public prosecutor’s office said on Friday.
In Thessaloniki, Greece, the bounty hunters of the National Investigation Bureau of the Emergency Police (KR NNI) arrested a 26-year-old Hungarian woman wanted throughout Europe, whose criminal record includes human trafficking, money laundering, fraud committed for a significant value, burglary, and even forgery of public documents.
A Hungarian man was charged with incitement to war for spreading Islamic State propaganda and claiming to be a supporter of the terrorist organisation, the Pest county public prosecutor said on Tuesday.
Three people died and eleven were injured in an accident caused by a human smuggler near Bócsa, in southern Hungary, early on Friday, the Bács-Kiskun County police said on police.hu.
The Budapest Public Prosecutor’s Office has charged a man with US-British-Hungarian citizenship with stabbing a French national in February 2020 in Budapest.
A Hungarian man among the police’s 50 most wanted suspects was arrested in the US, while in a separate case, and a British national wanted on an international arrest warrant was captured in Hungary, Hungarian law enforcement said on Tuesday.
Hungarian and Slovak police and special forces seized the largest gun arsenal in Hungary in the past 25 years, as well as drugs, cash and valuables, and arrested several people in an international operation against a drug trafficking ring last week, officers told a joint press conference on Wednesday.
A Serbian national wanted for a homicide in France has been arrested at the Röszke motorway border crossing with Serbia, police said on Wednesday.
The authorities have not yet been able to determine the attackers’ motive, however, based on the evidence found at the scene, a group may be responsible for what happened.