Phoenix FBI asking for help finding fugitive wanted in Georgia, believe to be in Puerto Peñasco


PHOENIX – The FBI is seeking the public’s help on Thursday to locate a fugitive wanted in Georgia who might have connections to the Phoenix area.

The FBI said that a federal arrest warrant was issued for David Young, 43, in December 2022.

The FBI suspects that Young was involved in a huge drug trafficking scheme linked to a street gang called the Ghost Face Gangsters.

The gang is a white supremacist group, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Arizona.

The drug trafficking scheme is the largest indictment in the southern district of Georgia’s history, and 76 people are believed to have participated in it, the FBI said.

Young is the “last fugitive” associated with this drug trafficking network, the FBI said.

Young is 6 feet tall and has several noticeable tattoos on his face and neck.

The FBI said that he sometimes uses the alias “Khaos” but he also goes by his middle name, DeWayne.

The FBI said that he might be hiding in Rocky Point, also known as Puerto Peñasco in Mexico.

Anyone who can help the FBI capture Young can call the FBI’s Atlanta Field Office at (770) 216-3000. They can also call the Phoenix FBI office, which is collaborating with Georgia officials, at (623) 466-1999. Tips can also be submitted online.

Source: Ktar News