TRENTON — According to INTERPOL — the international police organization spanning law enforcement agencies in 192 nations — these are the six most-wanted criminals with ties to New Jersey.

Donna Joan Borup (INTERPOL)

Donna Joan Borup

Age: 64

Birthplace: South Amboy

The FBI said Borup threw acid in the face of a Port Authority police officer during an anti-apartheid demonstration in 1981, leaving him partially blind. Borup has sisters living in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

Michael Boumal (Forks, PA Police)

Michael P. Boumal

Age: 60

Birthplace: New Jersey

Boumal faces charges of criminal attempt to commit aggravated indecent assault, corruption of minors, and indecent assault of a person less than 13 years old. According to the Morning Call, Boumal assaulted an 8-year-old boy in 2012.  Forks Township Police in Pennsylvania believe he has fled to either Thailand or Costa Rica.

Adriana Herlinda Arango Jaramillo (INTERPOL)

Adriana Herlinda Arango Jaramillo

Age: 51

Birthplace: Colombia

Jaramillo is charged with the death of a Newark police officer who had plastic surgery in a private home clinic in Rahway in 2007. She is charged with aggravated manslaughter and practicing medicine without a license. reported Jaramillo, who has used at least 10 names, did not get medical assistance when the officer had a bad reaction to an injection of silicone and lidocaine.

Wallace James Kirgin (INTERPOL)

Wallace James Kirgin

Age: 55

Birthplace: New Jersey

Kirgin is charged with the execution of sexual and erotic acts against minors.

Robert Massuh (INTERPOL)

Robert Massuh

Age: 43

Birthplace: New Jersey

Massuh is wanted for conspiracy to commit murder for the 1995 gang murder of Sammy Galarza in a Connecticut bar, according to the Stamford Advocate. The officer who handled the case told the newspaper that Massuh is believed to be hiding in the jungles of Ecuador.

George Edward Wright

Age: 74

Birthplace: Virginia

Wright is wanted for the 1962 killing of a gas station attendant during a robbery in Collingswood and currently living as a free man in Portugal.

A Lisbon court in November 2011 refused a U.S. extradition request to send Wright back to serve the rest of his 15- to 30-year sentence. A judge ruled that the statue of limitations had expired.

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