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  1. Police arrested early Friday morning two suspects over their involvement in raping and filming underage girls in Gujranwala. Photo: file GUJRANWALA: Police arrested early Friday morning two suspects over their involvement in raping and filming underage girls in Gujranwala. The police said that the suspects, identified as Rashid and Tariq Shah, have filmed the rape of more than six underage girls. The suspects run a video store in Kohluwala. The families of sexual assault survivors have refused to come out in public and record statements against the suspects, the police said. A case has been registered and further investigation is under way. On Thursday, four members of a gang allegedly involved in the sexual abuse of college students were apprehended from the Samanabad area of the Karachi. DIG West Amir Farooqi said police also recovered videos of the alleged abuse from the suspects, adding that the gang used to con women by making false promises of employment. "The suspects used to abuse women at a farmhouse, and we have found photographs of them carrying weapons on their social media profile," DIG Farooqi had said. The official said police has started legal action against the suspects after registration of a case against them at the Samanabad police station.
  2. Two women were arrested Thursday for breaking into an Islamic centre in Arizona and filming themselves making anti-Islamic remarks, police said. Tahnee Gonzales and Elizabeth Dauenhauer were arrested for third-degree burglary "after the investigation revealed they entered onto the property of the Tempe Islamic Center and subsequently removed various items," local police spokesperson Ron Elcock said in a statement. "Based on the details of the crime an enhancement of hate crime will be considered for sentencing," he said. The women posted several videos on Facebook showing them entering the centre, making insulting remarks about Muslims and encouraging their children to repeat them. Ahmad Al-Akoum, the center´s director of inter-faith relations and one of its imams, told AFP that the incident took place the morning of March 4, when no one else was present. A local journalist saw the videos and alerted the mosque, whose leaders then checked their surveillance footage and saw the women taking copies of the Holy Quran as well as leaflets, and tearing up documents affixed to a bulletin board. Mosque officials then contacted police. "They were teaching their children to be hateful, it was very disturbing," Al-Akoum said of the women. He said that his center and others around Phoenix have regularly been subjected to harassment "for a long time, almost since 2001," referring to the year of the September 11 attacks. But things have gotten worst since Donald Trump -- who made trying to keep travelers from certain Muslim-majority countries out of the US a central part of his agenda -- took office last year.
  3. File Photo KARACHI: 10 suspects were arrested and at least 30 others taken into custody Saturday night following operations conducted by police in the metropolis' various area, Geo News reported. Two drug-sellers were arrested during a search operation carried out last night in the city's Paposh Nagar locale, police said, adding that the suspects were identified as Faizan and Aqil. Contraband was recovered from the two suspects, both of whom already had cases registered against them in separate police stations, authorities added. Korangi Industrial Area operation On the other hand, law enforcement agencies (LEAs) conducted a combing operation late Saturday night in various parts of Korangi Industrial Area, they stated, adding that at least eight suspects were arrested consequently. Weapons, contraband, and stolen motorcycles were recovered from the arrested suspects. As part of the operation, which was carried out in Bilal Colony, Mehran Town, and Nasir Colony, the entry and exit points of the locales were sealed off. Further, another 30 suspects were also taken into custody during the operation. Their identification documents were being verified by the LEAs. Officers from various police stations in the area took part in the operation, authorities said. Joint raid Police and Rangers conducted a joint search operation in the metropolis' Gulbahar and Haji Mureed Goth areas, police said, adding that the entry and exit routes to the areas were sealed off and a door-to-door search was carried out.
  4. ABBOTTABAD: The Interpol arrested on Thursday the prime suspect in the murder of medical student Asma Rani from Sharjah. Asma, a third-year medical student in Abbottabad, was in her hometown of Kohat on vacation when, on January 27, Mujahid Afridi allegedly opened fire on her for refusing his marriage proposal. Inspector General of Police Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Salahuddin Mehsud said that it will take some time to bring the suspect back to Pakistan. Sharjah police also confirmed the arrest of the suspect from an industrial area. The KP police had approached the Interpol after the accused, the nephew of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf district president Aftab Alam, fled the country following the incident. The Interpol had placed Mujahidullah on its most wanted list.
  5. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/94b77962c8189d823a1b2adccab24a7c.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9My82LzIwMTggNjozNzo0NSBQTSZoYXNoX3ZhbHVlPXdQZXZEcWtMQ3NzK212Ri81WVBIZ0E9PSZ2YWxpZG1pbnV0ZXM9NjAmaWQ9MQ== style=center] RAWALPINDI: Police on Tuesday arrested a head constable, his wife and daughter for allegedly robbing people after making them consume sleep-inducing drugs. The three were shifted to jail and an FIR has been registered against them. The modus operandi of the ?gang? was to first ask for lift from unknowing strangers driving in the city. Shazia, the policeman Ajmad?s wife, would ask for lift, then somehow make their victim consume sleep-inducing drug and rob them off their valuables, including cash and mobile phones. Amjad used to trail the car and would flee along with his wife in his own vehicle.
  6. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/cee0706a24ad1002b61bdaea13a1fcf5.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9My82LzIwMTggNzoxNTowMSBBTSZoYXNoX3ZhbHVlPUJUVnBHVFdhUWZuZkdwTjZFM25LWVE9PSZ2YWxpZG1pbnV0ZXM9NjAmaWQ9MQ== style=center] ISLAMABAD: The owner of Everest Pharmaceuticals, manufacturing fake enhancement drugs, was arrested from the courtroom at the behest of the Supreme Court on Tuesday. A three-member bench of the apex court, headed by the Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Justice Mian Saqib Nisar, was hearing a complaint lodged by the Drug Regulatory Authority (DRA) with its Human Rights Cell against the company. The bench, during the hearing, also ordered the suspension of Bahawalpur's Regional Police Officer (RPO) Raja Riffat ? accused of protecting and supporting the company's owner Chaudhry Muhammad Usman. However, the court withdrew its order later and allowed RPO Riffat to serve until March 8. According to the complaint, Usman was well-connected to 'powerful individuals' and had also earlier harrassed DRA staff. The court had ordered the Islamabad Police to ensure Usman's presence in court after he had remained absent during the previous hearing on March 2. The hearing was adjourned until March 8.
  7. MULTAN: Authorities arrested two people Saturday night over their alleged involvement in the celebratory aerial firing right after results of the Senate election were announced, Geo News reported. The two men ? identified as Muhammad Umar and Muhammad Farhan ? stand accused of indulging in aerial firing after Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz-backed candidate Rana Mahmood-ul-Hasan emerged a victor in his Senate bid. Weapons were recovered from both the arrestees and a first information report (FIR) was filed against them, police said.
  8. QUETTA: Security forces foiled a major terrorist bid in Balochistan?s Pishin area, arresting six suspected terrorists, said the Inter-Services Public Relations on Friday. According to the ISPR, the suspected terrorists have been arrested from Pishin?s Karbala area. The ISPR said that 500kg of explosive material has been recovered from the possession of terrorists. The recovered material included explosive jackets, sub-machine guns and improvised explosive devices, said the ISPR. The army?s media cell said that mines and tools of communication were also found in the operation. A number of such operations have been conducted in the province where security forces are battling an insurgency said to be supported by hostile agencies. The search operations are also being conducted as part of Operation Raddul Fasaad, a nationwide military operation involving all law-enforcement agencies launched in February 2017.
  9. four persons residing on rent were apprehended under the Temporary Residence Act for failure to report their tenancy to the police here on March 2, 2018. Photo: Geo News JAMSHORO: Four persons were arrested by the police on Friday during raids conducted by the police in different parts of the city. The four persons residing on rent were apprehended under the Temporary Residence Act for failure to report their tenancy to the police. According to sub-section (3) of the act, the property dealer, landlord and tenant are required to provide information to the police within forty-eight hours from the time of delivery of possession of the rented premises to the tenant. Two First Information Reports (FIR) were registered at the Jamshoro Police Station against arrested persons Waseem Qureshi (resident of Hyderabad, Sindh), Arshad Araeen (resident of Sadiqabad, Punjab), Abdul Raheem Pathan (resident of Quetta, Balochistan). The landlords Laal Muhammad Ali and Laloo Barohi were also taken into police custody.
  10. File Photo LAHORE: The Counter-Terrorism Department (CTD) arrested three alleged terrorists Tuesday night following a search operation carried out here in the city's Mughalpura area, a spokesperson for the force said. The three alleged terrorists are said to be part of Daesh, a militant outfit banned in Pakistan, the spokesperson noted. Explosive materials, weapons, and devices were also recovered from the detained suspects, the CTD official added.
  11. File Photo KARACHI: Authorities rounded up at least six suspects Saturday night following various search operations here in different areas of the metropolis, Geo News reported. Three suspects were arrested following a raid last night in Surjani Town, Superintendent of Police (SP) for Orangi Town Abid Ali Baloch said, adding that they were identified as Ashraf, Abdullah, and Alam Khan. The police official noted that contraband, as well as 9,500 litres of Iranian diesel, were recovered from the arrested suspects. On the other hand, three other suspects were detained after an operation in Orangi Town's Pirabad locale, Baloch said, adding that the arrestees were reportedly involved in street crime. Weapons were recovered from the arrestees, the security official noted. Firing in Shah Faisal Colony At least one person was injured in a firing incident in the city's Shah Faisal Colony, rescue sources stated. It is yet to be known how the firing incident came about and what the condition of the wounded is.
  12. KARACHI: At least four suspects were arrested Friday night following a police operation here in the city's Khawaja Ajmeer Nagri area, Geo News reported. The arrested suspects ? who have been identified as Jibran, Adil, Usama, and Shehroz ? had looted Rs. 1.1 million from a citizen, authorities said, adding the victim's driver was said to be involved with the robbers. Police said the looted cash, as well as weapons, two motorcycles, and mobile phones, had been recovered from the detained suspects. However, police are still conducting raids to search for the arrested suspects' accomplices.
  13. Who knew going green meant going straight to jail? Well, two men from Chennai definitely did not know that. And tbh, they had it coming for basically being so freaking stupid. If you were doing something illegal, would you like to advertise it to the whole world? Maybe, someone would, because people like to think that they won't get caught. But, no one is safe and these two learned it the hard way. BCCL I can't even comprehend how stupid you would have to be to pose with your marijuana plant and then post it on social media. But, maybe they didn't realize that their picture would go viral. So, basically what happened was that since the picture went viral, Chennai police arrested the man who was posing, along with his friend who clicked the picture. According to the police, the first guy – Kamal – was growing the plant, which is illegal in India, and then his picture was clicked by his friend, Sasikumar, who ended up sharing it online, despite Kamal warning him against it. After the police came, Kamal was probably like – Without the dancing, of course, because well they were going to jail (for the stupidest reason). The picture went viral because when it was shared, people started asking questions and wanted to know where the 'ganja garden' was in the city. Are all of them going to be arrested as well? They did ask about illegal stuff. You know the old saying 'Think before you speak'? Everyone just forget about that and just f*cking think before you post. Stop thinking that you're the exception and risk becoming the rule.
  14. KASUR: Two police officials were arrested on Friday after being accused of conducting a fake encounter in which they had claimed that the rapist of five-year-old Iman Fatima was killed. Inspector Riaz Abbas Doggar and Inspector Younis are suspected of killing Mudassir in a fake encounter, said police officials. Earlier, police also arrested Deputy Superintendent of Police Mirza Arif Rasheed in the same case. He was arrested under instructions from the Joint Investigation Team (JIT). The police allegedly shot and killed Mudassir in an encounter on February 25, 2017. Police had claimed that Mudassir had confessed to raping and killing Iman Fatima. However, when Imran Ali was caught in the Zainab murder case, his DNA matched with the sample taken from Fatima?s body. The case was reopened and the JIT assured Mudassir?s mother that she will receive justice. Mudassir?s mother had alleged that SSP Ali Nasir Rizvi and DSP Mirza Arif Rasheed were involved in the case.
  15. Muhammad Nabi, prime suspect of Asma murder case, presented before media. Photo: Geo News PESHAWAR: Two including the main suspects have been arrested for their alleged connection in the Asma murder case, informed Mardan Regional Police Officer Dr Mian Saeed on Wednesday. Speaking at a press conference, the police officer informed that the prime suspect 15-year-old Muhammad Nabi worked in a local restaurant and also a relative of the deceased. Nabi, with his face covered, was also presented before the media. Dr Saeed said that the case was resolved by tracing a drop of blood on a leaf in the sugarcane field where the minor was killed. Asma rape-murder case: Suspect's DNA matches samples sent by KP police The name of the suspect whose DNA has matched has not been announced yet The RPO said that fingerprint traces of the suspect was found on the neck of the deceased, and the weapon used for the crime by him has also been recovered. Dr Mian Saeed said that the suspect attempted sexual assault on the four-year-old in the sugar fields, the minor resisted by shouting for help, in reaction to this Nabi killed the minor by strangulation. ?The crime scene was in a 16-kennel sugarcane field. It was a blind case, we had no CCTV image neither any eyewitness, not suspicion on anyone, the police officers resolved this case with tremendous hard work,? informed Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Inspector General Salah Uddin Mehsud. The other suspect?s name is Fawad, a close associate of the suspect. Police claim that Nabi had informed him about the killing. Law enforcement authority plans to present Fawad as a witness against the prime suspect in court.
  16. Maldives President Abdulla Yameen/File photo Maldives Chief Justice Abdulla Saeed and another Supreme Court judge were arrested at dawn Tuesday, hours after President Abdulla Yameen declared a state of emergency, police said. Justices Saeed and Ali Hameed were arrested along with the court´s top administrator Hassan Saeed after security forces stormed the court complex in Male, with police citing complaints of corruption against them in a brief statement. The high profile arrests followed the arrest Monday of ex-president Maumoon Abdul Gayoom, the estranged half brother of Yameen. The declaration of a state of emergency for 15 days followed a tense stand off between Yameen and the Supreme Court which had ordered the release of nine political prisoners. Maldives declares state of emergency as crisis deepens This is the second time Maldivian President Abdulla Yameen has declared a state of emergency The top court had also ordered the reinstatement of 12 legislators who had been sacked for defecting to the opposition. The move had effectively given the opposition a majority in the 85-member parliament clearing the way for a possible impeachment of Yameen. Gayoom had sided with the main opposition and was campaigning for the toppling of his half brother. Gayoom was taken into custody along with his son in law, the family said. They were taken away by police who broke down the main door to their home in the capital, his daughter Yumna Maumoon said on Twitter.
  17. Qaumi Watan Party Chairman Aftab Ahmad Khan Sherpao. Photo: Geo News file ISLAMABAD: Qaumi Watan Party (QWP) Chairman Aftab Ahmad Khan Sherpao has said he will not be at rest until absconding cop Rao Anwar is arrested. The absconding police official is wanted by authorities in connection to the extrajudicial murder of Naqeebullah Mehsud ? who along with three others ? was killed in an ?exchange of fire? with a police team led by Anwar on January 13 in Shah Latif Town, Karachi. ?I won?t be at peace until Rao Anwar is arrested,? Sherpao said while he was addressing a press conference outside the National Press Club in the federal capital, where members of the Mehsud tribe are staging a protest sit-in to demand justice in the Naqeebullah killing case. He said Anwar remains at large after injustice was done to Naqeeb, adding his failure to understand the present government?s performance in Naqeebullah?s case. ?The story of a handsome young man surfaced before us. Thousands of youth, men and women fell prey to extrajudicial killings,? said the QWP chairman.
  18. [embed_video1 url=http://stream.jeem.tv/vod/9694fe3e9d543df9d9d88640dff2e15c.mp4/playlist.m3u8?wmsAuthSign=c2VydmVyX3RpbWU9Mi8zLzIwMTggNTo1MzowMSBBTSZoYXNoX3ZhbHVlPUE3eEJaWEJXWnRGbmZ2TW5vMzcvcFE9PSZ2YWxpZG1pbnV0ZXM9NjAmaWQ9MQ== style=center] KOHAT: Police on Saturday claimed to have arrested a close accomplice of the prime suspect Mujahidullah Afridi in Asma Rani murder case. Police said that the arrested accomplice Shahzeb, a resident of KDA area of the city, assisted Mujahidullah in fleeing the country after the brutal murder of Asma Rani. Police also recovered the pistol used in the crime. Rani, a third-year MBBS student at Abbottabad Medical college, was in her hometown Kohat on vacation when Mujahidullah Afridi allegedly opened fire on her over refusal of a marriage proposal. The accused ? nephew of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf district president Aftab Alam ? along with his brother, Sadiqullah Afridi, was waiting outside the girl?s residence, police sources said. He allegedly shot her thrice on Saturday after she stepped out of a rickshaw with her sister-in-law. Police said that the arrested suspect used to pass on information about Rani to Mujahidullah and was with him on the day of the murder. Asma murder case: Saudi Interpol's help sought to apprehend main accused Court approved a three-day remand of Mujahid's brother and accomplice Sadiq today Meanwhile, the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has sought Saudi Interpol's help to apprehend Mujahidullah, who fled to Saudi Arabia after the killing. A letter of assistance was sent to the Saudi Interpol on the request of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa police last month. A spokesperson of the latter confirmed it was in touch with the international law enforcement agency for assistance in apprehending the fugitive.
  19. KARACHI: A man who allegedly tried to sexually assault a minor girl was arrested Friday night in the city's Sher Shah area, Geo News reported citing police officials. The alleged abuser is said to be the minor girl's neighbour, law enforcement authorities (LEAs) mentioned, adding that he was arrested over a complaint from the victim's parents and that an investigation was subsequently launched into the matter. Security officials further said the parents of the minor were informed of the incident by the area's residents. Baldia Town raid Police arrested an alleged member of Lyari gang war's Zahid Ladla Group late night in Gulshan-e-Mazdoor of the city's Baldia Town area, Geo News reported. The suspect was identified as Rashid Baloch (alias Chikna). On the other hand, four dacoits were also detained from New Karachi late Friday night, police said.
  20. Members of Iran's Revolutionary Guards march during a military parade to commemorate the 1980-88 Iran-Iraq war in Tehran, Iran, September 22, 2007. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl/Files TEHRAN: Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards force said three of its soldiers were killed and 16 Daesh militants arrested in clashes Saturday in the south of the country. Its Sepahnews website, citing General Mohammad Pakpour ? the head of the Guards' land forces ? said, "16 members of the terrorist group were arrested and several of them killed", as well as three Guards in the clashes in Fars province. "The terrorists wanted to carry out attacks on border towns and in the centre of the country," he said. Sepahnews reported earlier that the Daesh militants had infiltrated from western Iran's border with Iraq. Iran is one of the main international backers of the Syrian regime and has sent military advisers and thousands of "volunteers" to battle Daesh in both Syria and Iraq. Last June, Daesh claimed responsibility for two attacks on Iran's parliament and the shrine of revolutionary leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini that killed 17 people and wounded dozens. Iran has since tracked down and killed several suspected extremists, and, over the past few months, authorities have announced the arrest of dozens of Daesh suspects in several regions.
  21. IRAN: Iran's Revolutionary Guards have arrested a number of members of Daesh group on Saturday after clashes on the country's western frontier, the website of the elite force said. Sepahnews, citing a statement from the Guards, did not elaborate on the fighting or say how many militants were detained. "Most of the members... of a terrorist group who had entered Iranian territory from the west have been arrested after clashes," it said. Iran is one of the main international backers of the Syrian regime and has sent military advisers and thousands of "volunteers" to battle Daesh in both Syria and Iraq. Last June, Daesh claimed responsibility for two attacks on Iran's parliament and the shrine of revolutionary leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini that killed 17 people and wounded dozens. Afterwards, Iran tracked down and killed several suspected militants, and over the past few months, authorities have announced the arrest of dozens of Daesh suspects in several regions.
  22. SSP Investigation Abid Qaimkhani talking to the media on Monday. Photo: Geo News KARACHI: SSP Investigation Abid Qaimkhani said on Monday that suspended Malir SSP Rao Anwar and his associates will be arrested if they fail to cooperate with the police. Anwar is facing an inquiry into the extrajudicial murder of Waziristan native Naqeebullah Mehsud. A committee formed to probe the killing of Naqeebullah found the 27-year-old innocent. It termed Anwar?s allegations against Naqeebullah baseless. In its report, the committee also stated that there was no proof that Naqeebullah was a terrorist. Sindh IG denies report of raid at Rao Anwar?s residence Naqeebullah Mehsud's family en route to Karachi; Anwar summoned by inquiry committee at 1pm today While speaking with journalists, Qaimkhani said strict departmental action will be taken against people found involved in the case. The official said that the police have been unable to contact the former Malir SSP. Qaimkhani informed that senior officials tried to contact Anwar through various sources, but to no avail. He added that notice were also posted in this purpose. "This is the first part of the process, whatever will happen, it will be according to the law and all legal criteria will be fulfilled," he said. SSP Qaimkhani said that the case will be investigated on merit, and no pressure of anyone will be taken by the department. Will not appear before committee: Rao Anwar Rao Anwar has announced that he will not appear before the probe team, claiming that he is facing a one-sided inquiry. Anwar failed to appear before the probe committee and Inspector General Police Sindh AD Khawaja today. While referring to the probe committee, he said there was no point in going where there was no hope for justice. Anwar alleged that a malicious campaign against him was being perpetuated and dismissed the allegation that he unlawfully held people under his custody.
  23. Sevilla president Jose Castro walks on the pitch before the Atletico Madrid vs Sevilla match of the Spanish King's Cup in Wanda Metropolitano, Madrid, Spain, January 17, 2018. REUTERS/Sergio Perez MADRID: A man was arrested on Thursday morning after an Atletico Madrid fan was stabbed and left in a serious condition, police said in a statement. The 40-year-old man arrested for "attempted murder" in the early hours of Thursday has connections "with a group of ultras" linked to Atletico, according to police in the Spanish capital. The attack happened on Wednesday evening close to Atletico's Wanda Metropolitano stadium, shortly before the team's 2-1 defeat to Sevilla in the Copa del Rey. The two men seem to have become involved in a dispute in a bar not far from the ground in the east of the capital. The victim was admitted to hospital in a serious condition after being stabbed three times. Aged 22, he suffered injuries to his back, his shoulder and his thigh. He has undergone surgery and his life is not in danger. Police did not name the suspect but Spanish media reports said the man had previously been implicated in the death of a Real Sociedad fan before a game against Atletico in 1998. That case was later dropped due to a lack of evidence.
  24. Photo: File KASUR: Police on Thursday arrested yet another suspect in the Zainab murder and rape case who was residing near the spot from where the minor's body was found. According to police sources, Zainab?s body was found at a distance from the arrested suspect Ranjha?s house. Ranjha was arrested on the information received from another suspect, Umar, who was arrested earlier in the Bhatta Chowk area of Lahore. Sources said Umar?s polygraph test has been taken but the report has not been received yet. It has been nearly two weeks since the body of Zainab was found in a garbage heap in Kasur, but no significant development has taken place in the investigation. Police have arrested more than 15 suspects, while search operations are also being carried out on a daily basis, sources said. Moreover, DNA tests of 449 people have been taken so far. On January 16, a Supreme Court bench expressed displeasure over the lack of progress by the Punjab government and police on the case of Zainab?s rape and murder. During proceedings, Punjab additional inspector general (AIG) and advocate general (AG) appeared before the court. Addressing the officials, the chief justice had remarked that no significant progress in the case was visible so far. Man resembling Zainab rape-murder suspect held in Lahore The suspect has been handed over to the Kasur police for his DNA test The entire nation is aggrieved by the incident. What has been done in the case so far?" the chief justice had enquired. To this, the AIG had said that investigations were underway, whereas the AG had informed the bench that around 1,100 suspects had been questioned in the case. ?If the issue isn?t solved then it?ll be a failure of the government and police,? the chief justice observed, adding that the same mistakes are made in every case after which suspects are exonerated due to shoddy investigations. Zainab, 7, was kidnapped on January 4 from near her aunt?s house in Kasur. Her body was discovered five days later from a garbage pile. The post-mortem report revealed that Zainab had been raped and murdered. Moreover, the authorities have informed that the suspect's mobile phone location shows he was in Kasur. The suspect has been handed over to Kasur police for his DNA test.
  25. According to an affidavit filed by an FBI agent, Lee, 53, served in the US Army from 1982 through 1986 and worked for the CIA from 1994 through 2007 WASHINGTON: A former Central Intelligence Agency officer was arrested at a US airport on Monday night in connection with charges that he illegally retained highly classified information, the US Justice Department said Tuesday. Jerry Chun Shing Lee, a US citizen who now lives in Hong Kong, used to maintain a top secret clearance and began working for the CIA in 1994. The Justice Department said that in 2012, FBI agents searched his hotel rooms during trips to Virginia and Hawaii. They discovered he had two small books containing handwritten information on details such as the true names and numbers of spy recruits and covert CIA employees. He was arrested at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York. The case is being prosecuted by the US Attorney?s Office for the Eastern District of Virginia. But Lee made his first court appearance on Tuesday before a federal magistrate judge in Brooklyn. The judge ordered Lee held without bail. A federal public defender who represented Lee at Tuesday?s hearing declined to comment. According to an affidavit filed by an FBI agent, Lee, 53, served in the US Army from 1982 through 1986 and worked for the CIA from 1994 through 2007. The FBI agent wrote that Lee and his family left Hong Kong in August 2012 to travel to northern Virginia. Along the way, they stayed in hotels where the FBI found the books. The small books were discovered inside Lee?s luggage, sealed in a small clear plastic travel pack. The handwritten information inside ranged in terms of classification, but the agent said at least one page contained top secret information, ?the disclosure of which could cause exceptionally grave damage to the national security of the United States.? The agent also noted that classified cables Lee wrote while he was a case officer describing his interactions with CIA assets were reflected in the two books. Lee was interviewed by the FBI five separate times in 2013 and never disclosed he had the books. He also met with former CIA colleagues around that time without returning the materials to the government, the Justice Department said.