LOWELL, Mass. — The FBI Boston Division and Lowell Police Department are asking for help finding an armed and dangerous fugitive.
Police say Darasy Chhim is a member of the Lowell-based gang One Family Clique and the Bloods. He is wanted for his alleged role in a large-scale and long-running drug trafficking conspiracy in which 15 alleged gang members were charged.
Chhim is the only remaining fugitive and should be considered armed and dangerous.
A $10,000 reward is being offered to anyone with information leading to Chhim’s location, arrest, and conviction.
According to the FBI, on June 9, 2021, Chhim was indicted for allegedly conspiring to distribute and possess with intent to distribute heroin, 500 grams or more of Cocaine, Cocaine Base, 40 grams or more of Fentanyl, 500 grams or more of Methamphetamine, and MDMA, and a federal arrest warrant was issued for his arrest. Chhim allegedly conspired with other members of OFC to distribute cocaine and crack cocaine. Chhim also allegedly attended a leadership meeting with other OFC gang members to discuss targeting and retaliating against rival gang leaders.
Chhim is also known as “Mystikal,” “Russel,” “Crusty Rusty,” and “Rizzus.”Authorities say he is an Asian man with black hair and brown eyes. He weighs approximately 180-190 pounds and is approximately 5′9″ tall. He has a mole between his eyebrows, closer to the left side. He also has several tattoos including two on his upper back area that says, “Hate Me Now and F*** the World,” one on his chest that says “Liliana Chhim” in cursive writing, and one on his upper right arm that includes a skull, roses, cards, and a hand sign. He also has two tattoos on his left arm.
Chhim was born in California on August 13, 1985 and is now 36 years old. He is Cambodian and speaks both English and Khmer. It is believed he grew up in Revere and Lynn, but it’s unclear if he still has any ties there. Chhim has historical gang ties to both Lowell, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and he also has familial ties in Lowell and Tyngsboro, Mass.
Anyone with information should call the FBI at 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-800-225-5324). Tips can also be electronically submitted at tips.fbi.gov.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates as more information becomes available.
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