Ten Most Wanted Fugitives 101 to 200
# Name Date Placed on List Date Located
101 Robert L. Green 2/11/1957 2/13/1957
Green was arrested in St. Paul, Minnesota, by the FBI after a citizen recognized his photograph in the Minneapolis Star newspaper. Green was about to board a bus en route to Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
102 George Edward Cole 2/25/1957 7/6/1959
Cole was arrested in Des Moines, Iowa, by the FBI after a citizen recognized Cole’s female companion from a photograph on a Wanted Flyer.
103 Eugene Russell McCracken 3/26/1958 3/27/1958
McCracken was arrested in Baltimore, Maryland, by the FBI after McCracken’s photo was published in the Baltimore News-Post newspaper. Four separate individuals called the FBI on the same day the newspaper article appeared.
104 Frank Aubrey Leftwich 4/4/1958 4/18/1958
Due to an FBI investigation, Leftwich was arrested in Chicago, Illinois.
105 Quay Cleon Kilburn 4/16/1958 6/2/1958
Kilburn was arrested in Los Angeles, California, by the FBI after a citizen recognized him from an Identification Order in a local post office. Kilburn is one of six people added to the “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list twice. He was also #188 on the list.
106 Dominick Scialo 5/9/1958 7/27/1959
Scialo surrendered to the FBI in Brooklyn, New York.
107 Angelo Luigi Pero 6/16/1958 12/2/1960
Federal process against Pero was dismissed by the U.S. Attorney in New York, New York.
108 Frederick Grant Dunn 7/29/1958 9/8/1959
A farmer located skeletal remains along a stream near Ellsworth, Kansas, and contacted the sheriff. The remains were sent to the FBI’s Laboratory and identified as Dunn.
109 Frank Lawrence Sprenz 9/10/1958 4/15/1959
Due to an FBI investigation, Sprenz was arrested in Laredo, Texas.
110 David Lynn Thurston 1/8/1959 2/6/1959
Thurston was arrested in New York, New York, after attempting to rob a Broadway restaurant. He was apprehended by police after a chase through theater crowds on the streets.
111 John Thomas Freeman 2/17/1959 2/18/1959
Freeman was arrested by the FBI in Hillside, Maryland, after a citizen recognized his photograph in a newspaper article.
112 Edwin Sanford Garrison 3/4/1959 9/9/1960
When Garrison was arrested in St. Louis, Missouri, he told the FBI Agents: “I’m glad it’s over. I know the FBI. You can’t fool the FBI for very long.” Garrison is one of six people added to the “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list twice. He was also #59 on the list.
113 Emmett Bernard Kervan 4/29/1959 5/13/1959
Due to an FBI investigation, Kervan was arrested in El Paso, Texas.
114 Richard Allen Hunt 5/27/1959 6/2/1959
Hunt was arrested by the local sheriff in Thermopolis, Wyoming, after a citizen recognized Hunt from a Wanted Flyer.
115 Walter Bernard O’Donnell 6/17/1959 6/19/1959
O’Donnell was arrested in Norfolk, Virginia, by the FBI after a citizen recognized his photograph in a newspaper article. At the time of his apprehension, O’Donnell was posing as a retired U. S. Postal Inspector and was scheduled to speak before a Norfolk citizens’ group that night.
116 Billy Owens Williams 7/10/1959 3/4/1960
Due to an FBI investigation, Williams was arrested in New York, New York.
117 James Francis Jenkins 7/21/1959 8/12/1959
Jenkins was arrested in a Buffalo, New York, motel after an informant tipped off the FBI.
118 Harry Raymond Pope 8/11/1959 8/25/1959
Due to an FBI investigation, Pope was arrested in Lubbock, Texas, by the FBI and Texas Rangers.
119 James Francis Duffy 8/26/1959 9/2/1959
Due to an FBI investigation, Duffy was arrested in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
120 Robert Garfield Brown, Jr. 9/9/1959 1/11/1960
Brown was arrested in Cincinnati, Ohio, by the FBI after a citizen recognized his photograph on an Identification Order.
121 Frederick Anthony Seno 9/24/1959 9/24/1959
Due to an FBI investigation, Seno was arrested in Miami, Florida, in a rooming house where he had been living under an assumed name. When approached by FBI Agents he shouted, “Don’t shoot! Don’t shoot!”
122 Smith Gerald Hudson 10/7/1959 7/31/1960
Hudson was arrested in Cozad, Nebraska, after a citizen recognized him from a Wanted Flyer. Hudson refused to admit his identity and was identified through fingerprints.
123 Joseph Lloyd Thomas 10/21/1959 12/10/1959
Thomas was arrested in Pelzer, South Carolina, by the FBI after a citizen recognized Thomas’ photograph on an Identification Order in a post office. Thomas had grown a mustache for a disguise. He also had established himself in the used car business and had enrolled his children in a local school. Thomas is one of six people added to the “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list twice. He was also #304 on the list.
124 Kenneth Ray Lawson 1/4/1960 3/20/1960
Due to an FBI investigation, Lawson was arrested in Laredo, Texas.
125 Ted Jacob Rinehart 1/25/1960 3/6/1960
Rinehart was arrested in Granada Hills, California, after a citizen recognized him from a Wanted Flyer. Rinehart told Agents he learned of his addition to the “Top Ten” list while watching a local television show.
126 Charles Clyatt Rogers 3/18/1960 5/11/1960
Rogers was arrested in Minneapolis, Minnesota, while standing in a soup line at a Salvation Army center. He was recognized by a police officer who collected FBI Wanted Posters.
127 Joseph Corbett, Jr. 3/30/1960 10/29/1960
Corbett was apprehended in Vancouver, British Columbia, by Canadian police after two Canadian citizens recognized Corbett from a November 1960 Reader’s Digest article.
128 William Mason 4/6/1960 4/27/1960
Due to an FBI investigation, Mason was arrested in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
129 Edward Reiley 5/10/1960 5/24/1960
Reiley was arrested in Rockford, Illinois, by the local sheriff after an auto salesman recognized Reiley from a Wanted Flyer. Upon arrest, he pleaded, “Don’t shoot! I’m the guy you want.”
130 Harold Eugene Fields 5/25/1960 9/5/1960
Fields was arrested in Schererville, Indiana. Fields told arresting FBI Agents his place on the “Top Ten” list convinced him his days of freedom were numbered and his apprehension came as no surprise.
131 Richard Peter Wagner 6/23/1960 6/25/1960
Wagner was arrested in Minnesota, after a citizen recognized him from a newspaper article. An expert woodsman, Wagner had been a hunting and fishing guide at the lodge where he was captured.
132 James John Warjac 7/19/1960 7/22/1960
Due to an FBI investigation, Warjac was arrested in Los Angeles, California.
133 Ernest Tait 8/16/1960 9/10/1960
Due to an FBI investigation, Tait was arrested in Denver, Colorado. Tait is one of six people added to the “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list twice. He was also #23 on the list.
134 Clarence Leon Raby 8/19/1960 8/28/1960
Raby surrendered to local authorities at his parents’ home in Heiskell, Tennessee.
135 Nathaniel Beans 9/12/1960 9/30/1960
Beans was arrested in Buffalo, New York, by a police officer who recognized him from a magazine photograph.
136 Stanley William Fitzgerald 9/20/1960 9/22/1960
Fitzgerald was arrested in Portland, Oregon, by the FBI after a citizen recognized him from a photograph in a newspaper.
137 Donald Leroy Payne 10/6/1960 11/26/1965
Federal process against Payne was dismissed in Houston, Texas.
138 Charles Francis Higgins 10/10/1960 10/17/1960
Higgins was arrested in Kirkwood, Missouri, by local police after an officer recognized him from a newspaper photograph.
139 Robert William Schultz, Jr. 10/12/1960 11/4/1960
Due to an FBI investigation, Schultz was arrested in Orlando, Florida.
140 Merle Lyle Gall 10/17/1960 1/18/1961
Due to an FBI investigation, Gall was arrested in Scottsdale, Arizona.
141 James George Economou 10/31/1960 3/22/1961
Economou was arrested in Los Angeles, California, after a tip from an informant.
142 Ray Delano Tate 11/18/1960 11/25/1960
Feeling cornered by the vast publicity afforded his fugitive status, Tate surrendered to an editor of the New York Daily Mirror newspaper in New York, New York. He was taken into custody immediately by FBI Agents.
143 John B. Everhart 11/22/1960 11/6/1963
Everhart was arrested in San Francisco, California. He was taken into custody while painting a house.
144 Herbert Hoover Huffman 12/19/1960 12/29/1960
Huffman was apprehended in Cleveland, Ohio, after a fellow worker recognized him from a Wanted Poster.
145 Kenneth Eugene Cindle 12/23/1960 4/1/1961
Cindle was apprehended in Cochran County, Texas, after a local farmer saw Cindle’s photograph on television. The farmer had picked up a hitchhiker earlier that day and recognized him as Cindle. He had been hitchhiking across the county and working odd jobs to avoid apprehension.
146 Thomas Viola 1/17/1961 3/27/1961
Viola was arrested in Detroit, Michigan, after a citizen recognized his photo in an article in American Weekly.
147 William Chester Cole 2/2/1961 2/6/1961
Cole surrendered to FBI Agents in Gulf Breeze, Florida. Cole said, “The ‘heat’ of the investigation was too much.”
148 Willie Hughes 3/15/1961 8/8/1961
Hughes was arrested in Pocatello, Idaho, where he had been working as a farm laborer.
149 William Terry Nichols 4/6/1961 4/30/1962
Nichols was arrested near Homestead, Florida, where he had started a commercial fishing business.
150 George Martin Bradley, Jr. 4/10/1961 5/1/1961
Bradley was arrested in Davenport, Iowa, by local police officers after an attempted bank robbery. He was identified after routine fingerprinting.
151 Philip Alfred LaNormandin 4/17/1961 4/17/1961
A few hours following the announcement to the “Top Ten” list, a citizen recognized LaNormandin’s photograph in the evening newspaper. LaNormandin was arrested in Jersey City, New Jersey, that same day.
152 Kenneth Holleck Sharp 5/1/1961 7/3/1961
Sharp was arrested in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, after a citizen recognized his photograph in the Master Detective magazine.
153 Anthony Vincent Fede 5/22/1961 10/28/1961
Fede was arrested in Los Angeles, California. Captured by FBI Agents, Fede was carrying a toy pistol and a fake police badge. He said, “I should have given myself up.”
154 Richard Laurence Marquette 6/29/1961 6/30/1961
Marquette was arrested in Santa Maria, California, by the FBI after a citizen recognized his photograph on a Wanted Flyer posted in a credit bureau.
155 Robert William Schuette 7/19/1961 8/2/1961
Schuette was arrested in Chicago, Illinois. He had shaved his sideburns and mustache and changed his address 40 times to avoid being recognized. He congratulated the FBI saying, “You fellows sure did a good job.” In his pocket was a news clipping with a picture telling of his addition to the “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list two weeks prior.
156 Chester Anderson McGonigal 8/14/1961 8/17/1961
McGonigal was arrested in Denver, Colorado, by the FBI after a citizen recognized his photograph in a newspaper.
157 Hugh Bion Morse 8/29/1961 10/13/1961
Morse was arrested in St. Paul, Minnesota, the evening after a visitor to the FBI Tour in Washington, D.C., recognized his photo displayed on the “Top Ten” Exhibit.
158 John Gibson Dillon 9/1/1961 3/2/1964
Dillon was found dead in Chelsea, Oklahoma. His badly decomposed body was located at the bottom of a 15-foot, water-filled well on a remote farm. Wired to his body were 400 pounds of oil well drilling equipment.
159 John Robert Sawyer 10/30/1961 11/3/1961
Sawyer was arrested in Wickendale, Arizona, by a local police officer after he recognized Sawyer’s vehicle in an All-Points Bulletin issued by the FBI.
160 Edward Wayne Edwards 11/10/1961 1/20/1962
Edwards was arrested in Atlanta, Georgia, by local police.
161 Franklin Eugene Alltop 11/22/1961 2/2/1962
Due to an FBI investigation, Alltop was arrested in Kansas City, Kansas. Alltop greeted the arresting FBI Agents by saying, “I’ve been expecting you. I know you’re the FBI.”
162 Francis Laverne Brannan 12/27/1961 1/17/1962
Brannan surrendered to the FBI in Miami, Florida. Calling from a phone at a downtown gas station, Brannan told them, “Come and get me, I’m tired of running from the FBI.”
163 Delbert Henry Linaweaver 1/30/1962 2/5/1962
Linaweaver was arrested in Floydada, Texas, by the FBI after a citizen recognized him from a Wanted Flyer in a post office.
164 Watson Young, Jr. 2/5/1962 2/12/1962
Young was arrested in Salina, Kansas, driving a stolen ambulance. It had been stolen from an area funeral home. In his pocket, Young had his Identification Order.
165 Lyndal Ray Smith 2/14/1962 3/22/1962
Smith surrendered in Baltimore, Maryland, as a result of television and newspaper publicity.
166 Harry Robert Grove, Jr. 2/19/1962 1/26/1963
Grove was arrested in Uhrichsville, Ohio, by the Ohio State Highway Patrol after being observed loitering in a supermarket.
167 Bobby Randell Wilcoxson 2/23/1962 11/10/1962
Due to an FBI investigation, Wilcoxson was arrested in Baltimore, Maryland.
168 Albert Frederick Nussbaum 4/2/1962 11/4/1962
Nussbaum was arrested in Buffalo, New York, by the FBI after a 20-minute chase through downtown streets.
169 Thomas Welton Holland 5/11/1962 6/2/1962
Holland was arrested in La Harpe, Kansas, by a police officer who recognized him from a Wanted Flyer.
170 Edward Howard Maps 6/15/1962 12/1/1967
Federal process against Maps was dismissed in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
171 David Stanley Jacubanis 11/21/1962 11/29/1962
Due to an FBI investigation, Jacubanis was arrested in Arlington, Vermont.
172 John Kinchloe DeJarnette 11/30/1962 12/3/1962
Due to an FBI investigation, DeJarnette was arrested in Hollywood, California.
173 Michael Joseph O’Connor 12/13/1962 12/28/1962
O’Connor was arrested by FBI Agents in a restaurant in New York, New York. He had been hiding out in a New York hotel.
174 John Lee Taylor 12/14/1962 12/20/1962
Due to an FBI investigation, Taylor was arrested in Chicago, Illinois.
175 Harold Thomas O’Brien 1/4/1963 1/14/1963
Federal process against O’Brien was dismissed by federal and local authorities in Lake City, Illinois.
176 Jerry Clarence Rush 1/14/1963 3/25/1965
Due to an FBI investigation, Rush was arrested in Bay Harbor Islands, Florida.
177 Marshall Frank Chrisman 2/7/1963 5/21/1963
Chrisman was arrested in Los Angeles, California, by local authorities. Apprehended after robbing a grocery store, Chrisman was identified after a routine fingerprint check.
178 Howard Jay Barnard 4/12/1963 4/6/1964
Barnard was arrested in North Sacramento, California, by local police after robbing a motel of $1,000. At the time of his apprehension, Barnard was wearing two sets of clothes, actor’s makeup and gold hair. He had cotton stuffed in his nose and mouth to disguise his face. Officers had to remove glue from his hands so he could be fingerprinted.
179 Leroy Ambrosia Frazier 6/4/1963 9/12/1963
Frazier was arrested in Cleveland, Ohio, by FBI and local police after a citizen recognized Frazier from media coverage.
180 Carl Close 9/25/1963 9/26/1963
Close was apprehended in Anderson, South Carolina, by local authorities after robbing a bank.
181 Thomas Asbury Hadder 10/9/1963 1/13/1964
Hadder was arrested in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, by FBI Agents shortly after he registered at the Salvation Army Center under a fictitious name.
182 Alfred Oponowicz 11/27/1963 12/23/1964
Oponowicz was arrested in Painesville, Ohio, by FBI Agents and local authorities. Captured in a railroad switching yard, he attempted to evade detection by lying completely submerged in a pool of water while breathing through a reed.
183 Arthur William Couts 12/27/1963 1/30/1964
Due to an FBI investigation, Couts was arrested in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, by FBI Agents. Attempting to disguise his appearance, Couts had grown a heavy mustache and dyed his hair.
184 Jesse James Gilbert 1/27/1964 2/26/1964
Gilbert was arrested in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, by FBI Agents. In order to hide his identity, he was wearing a wig, had on dark glasses, and had placed bandages over a tattoo on his left arm. After being apprehended by the Agents, Gilbert remarked, “You men are real gentlemen, and if I had to be picked up, I’m glad it was by the FBI.”
185 Sammie Earl Ammons 2/10/1964 5/15/1964
Ammons was arrested in Cherokee, Alabama, by local police after attempting to pass a bad check in a Rome, Georgia, store. A high-speed chase followed as local authorities pursued Ammons across the state line.
186 Frank B. Dumont 3/10/1964 4/27/1964
Dumont was arrested in Tucson, Arizona, by local police after committing a burglary in an apartment building.
187 William Beverly Hughes 3/18/1964 4/11/1964
Hughes was arrested in Bylas, Arizona, by the Arizona Highway Patrol after a citizen recognized him from a description reported in a newspaper article.
188 Quay Cleon Kilburn 3/23/1964 6/25/1964
Due to an FBI investigation, Kilburn was arrested in Ogden, Utah. Kilburn is one of six people added to the “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list twice. He was also #105 on the list.
189 Joseph Francis Bryan, Jr. 4/14/1964 4/28/1964
Bryan was arrested in New Orleans, Louisiana. While Bryan was driving a stolen 1963 Cadillac, he was spotted by a lone FBI Agent. The Agent flagged down a second Agent and the two Agents followed Bryan into a nearby shopping center where they arrested him.
190 John Robert Bailey 4/22/1964 5/4/1964
Bailey was arrested in Hayward, California, where he had posed as a plumber for two years.
191 George Zavada 5/6/1964 6/12/1964
Zavada was arrested in San Jose, California, after a gun battle in which he was shot in the chest and rushed to a hospital in Santa Clara, California, to undergo surgery.
192 George Patrick McLaughlin 5/8/1964 2/24/1965
Due to an FBI investigation, McLaughlin was arrested in Dorchester, Massachusetts, in his third-floor apartment.
193 Chester Collins 5/14/1964 3/30/1967
Federal process against Collins was dismissed in West Palm Beach, Florida, at the request of local authorities.
194 Edward Newton Nivens 5/28/1964 6/2/1964
Nivens was arrested in Tampa, Florida, by the FBI after a citizen recognized him from a Wanted Flyer.
195 Louis Frederick Vasselli 6/15/1964 9/1/1964
Vasselli was arrested in Calumet City, Illinois, by the FBI after an old schoolmate recognized him from a Wanted Flyer.
196 Thomas Edward Galloway 6/24/1964 7/17/1964
Galloway was arrested at a golf course in Danville, Virginia, by the FBI after a citizen recognized him from a newspaper article.
197 Alson Thomas Wahrlich 7/9/1964 10/28/1967
Wahrlich was arrested in Treasure Island, Florida, after a citizen recognized him from his description in Argosy magazine.
198 Kenneth Malcolm Christiansen 7/27/1964 9/8/1964
Christiansen was arrested in Silver Spring, Maryland, by local authorities after attempting to rob a seafood restaurant.
199 William Hutton Coble 9/11/1964 3/1/1965
Coble was arrested in Charlotte, North Carolina, by Charlotte police after an unsuccessful attempt to rob a bank.
200 Lloyd Donald Greeson, Jr. 9/18/1964 9/23/1964
Greeson was arrested in Elsinore, California, by the Chief of Police after a citizen recognized him from a photograph on his Wanted Flyer.