Portsmouth Man Wanted in Multiple States, Faces Drug Charges
A man who was last known to have resided in Portsmouth is wanted in two separate states, according to the U.S. Marshals New Hampshire Joint Fugitive Task Force.
Rahadiansyah Nugraha is wanted in both New Hampshire and Washington and is considered a fugitive of the Rockingham County Sheriff's Office, per a release by the U.S. Marshals Service (USMS). Nugraha is wanted for failing to appear on multiple narcotics sales charges in both New Hampshire and Washington, the release said.
Nugraha has a documented criminal history in both states consisting of narcotics sales, traffic offenses and reckless conduct, according to the USMS release. Police archives show Nugraha, who was listed as the USMS' Fugitive of the Week on Tuesday, was arrested in 2015 on an alleged intoxicated driving charge in Portsmouth.
USMS lists two separate dates of birth for Nugraha, whom they say was born in Indonesia, one deeming him a 27-year-old and another suggesting he is actually 35 years old. USMS describes Nugraha as a 5-foot5-inch male with brown eyes and black hair, adding that he has tattoos on his left shoulder and right arm.
Per the release, Nugraha was last known to live in Portsmouth, where USMS believes he has ties to friends and associates.
USMS is urging anyone who might see someone who resembles Nugraha to please contact the U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force at (603) 225-1632 or your local police. Anyone with information can also call 1-877-WANTED-2, or submit a WEB-TIP, or TEXT NHTIP with any information to TIP411.