Ten Most Wanted Fugitives 201 to 300
# Name Date Placed on List Date Located
201 Raymond Lawrence Wyngaard 10/5/1964 11/28/1964
Due to an FBI investigation, Wyngaard was arrested in a taxi cab in downtown Madison, Wisconsin.
202 Norman Belyea Gorham 12/10/1964 5/28/1965
Gorham was arrested in Los Angeles, California, after a citizen recognized him from a television announcement.
203 John William Clouser 1/7/1965 8/1/1972
Federal process against Clouser was dismissed in Montgomery, Alabama.
204 Walter Lee Parman 1/15/1965 1/31/1965
Parman was arrested in Los Angeles, California, after a citizen recognized him from a newspaper article.
205 Gene Thomas Webb 2/11/1965 2/12/1965
Webb was arrested in Chicago, Illinois, after he was recognized by FBI Agents as he walked along a road in Colonial Village.
206 Samuel Jefferson Veney 2/25/1965 3/11/1965
Veney was arrested in Garden City, New York, with his brother, Earl Veney (207), by the FBI and Federal Narcotics Agents. Both men were working as machine operators in a manufacturing plant. A citizen cooperating with Federal Narcotics recognized Veney.
207 Earl Veney 3/5/1965 3/11/1965
Veney was arrested in Garden City, New York, with his brother, Samuel Veney (206), by the FBI and Federal Narcotics Agents. Both men were working as machine operators in a manufacturing plant. A citizen cooperating with Federal Narcotics recognized Veney.
208 Donald Stewart Heien 3/11/1965 2/3/1966
Heien was arrested in Newton, Massachusetts, by the FBI after a citizen recognized him from media coverage.
209 Arthur Pierce, Jr. 3/24/1965 3/25/1965
Pierce was arrested in Spring Valley, New York, after a citizen recognized him from a newspaper article. He had been working as a painting contractor.
210 Donald Dean Rainey 3/26/1965 6/22/1965
Due to an FBI investigation, Rainey was arrested in Nogales, Arizona.
211 Leslie Douglas Ashley 4/6/1965 4/23/1965
Ashley was arrested in Atlanta, Georgia, while he was working in a carnival side show.
212 Charles Bryan Harris 5/6/1965 6/17/1965
Harris was apprehended near Fairchild, Illinois, living in an old farm house.
213 William Albert Autur Tahl 6/10/1965 11/5/1965
Tahl was arrested in St. Louis, Missouri, by local authorities.
214 Duane Earl Pope 6/11/1965 6/11/1965
Pope surrendered to local police in Kansas City, Missouri, shortly after he was added to the “Top Ten” list.
215 Allen Wade Haugsted 6/24/1965 12/23/1965
Haugsted was arrested in Houston, Texas, after a citizen recognized him from a photo in the Houston Chronicle newspaper. He was working as a baker in a suburban shopping center.
216 Theodore Matthew Brechtel 6/30/1965 8/16/1965
Brechtel was arrested in Chicago, Illinois, at his place of employment where he was working as a painter. Although he had been using an alias, he admitted his true identity to arresting Agents stating, “I know what you want; I’m it.”
217 Robert Allen Woodford 7/2/1965 8/5/1965
Woodford was arrested in Seattle, Washington, by the FBI after a citizen recognized him from a Wanted Flyer.
218 Warren Cleveland Osborne 8/12/1965 9/9/1965
Osborne was killed in an automobile wreck near Mount Washington, Kentucky, after a high speed chase by local police. He was positively Identified through fingerprints.
219 Holice Paul Black 8/25/1965 12/15/1965
Due to an FBI investigation, Black was arrested in Miami, Florida.
220 Edward Owen Watkins 9/21/1965 12/2/1966
Watkins was arrested in Florence, Montana. FBI Agents displayed photos of Watkins to stores selling western clothing and a salesman recognized him.
221 Joel Singer 11/19/1965 12/1/1965
Singer was apprehended in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, by Montreal police. He had been the object of an intensive joint investigation by the FBI and Canadian authorities.
222 James Edward Kennedy 12/8/1965 12/23/1965
Kennedy was arrested in Worcester, Massachusetts, after a citizen recognized him from a newspaper article.
223 Lawrence John Higgins 12/14/1965 1/3/1966
Higgins was arrested in Emigrant Gap, California, by California Highway Patrol Officers.
224 Hoyt Bud Cobb 1/6/1966 6/6/1966
Cobb was arrested in Hialeah, Florida, by the FBI after a citizen recognized him from a Front Page Detective magazine article.
225 James Robert Bishop 1/10/1966 1/21/1966
Bishop was arrested in Aspen, Colorado, by the FBI after a citizen recognized him from an Identification Order. He had been working as a kitchen helper.
226 Robert Van Lewing 1/12/1966 2/6/1967
Lewing was arrested in Kansas City, Missouri, by the FBI after a citizen recognized him in a feature story in This Week magazine.
227 Earl Ellery Wright 1/14/1966 6/20/1966
Due to an FBI investigation, Wright was arrested in Cleveland, Ohio.
228 Jessie James Roberts, Jr. 2/3/1966 2/8/1966
Due to an FBI investigation, Roberts was arrested in Laredo, Texas.
229 Charles Lorin Gove 2/16/1966 2/16/1966
Gove was arrested on Bourbon Street in the French Quarter of New Orleans, Louisiana.
230 Ralph Dwayne Owen 2/16/1966 3/11/1966
Due to an FBI investigation, Owen was arrested in Kansas City, Missouri.
231 Jimmy Lewis Parker 2/25/1966 3/4/1966
Due to an FBI investigation, Parker was arrested in Detroit, Michigan.
232 Jack Daniel Sayadoff 3/17/1966 3/24/1966
Due to an FBI investigation, Sayadoff was arrested in Indianapolis, Indiana.
233 Robert Clayton Buick 3/24/1966 3/29/1966
Buick was arrested in Pecos, Texas, by a police officer who recognized him from a Wanted Poster.
234 James Vernon Taylor 4/4/1966 4/4/1966
Taylor was found dead in Baltimore, Maryland, by Baltimore Harbor Police.
235 Lynwood Irwin Mears 4/11/1966 5/2/1967
Mears was arrested in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, by the FBI after a citizen recognized him from an article in the Twin City Sentinel newspaper.
236 James Robert Ringrose 4/15/1966 3/29/1967
Ringrose was apprehended in Osaka, Japan, by Japanese police while attempting to pass bad checks. He was arrested in Hawaii after his return to the United States from Japan. He told the FBI Agents he had been saving an item for several years and now he needed it. He then presented them with the Monopoly game card, “Get out of jail free.”
237 Walter Leonard Lesczynski 6/16/1966 9/9/1966
Due to an FBI investigation, Lesczynski was arrested in Chicago, Illinois.
238 Donald Rogers Smelley 6/30/1966 11/7/1966
Due to an FBI investigation, Smelley was arrested in Hollywood, California.
239 George Ben Edmondson 9/21/1966 6/28/1967
Edmondson was arrested in Campbells Bay, Quebec, Canada, by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police after a Canadian citizen recognized him from an American magazine article.
240 Everett Leroy Biggs 11/21/1966 12/1/1966
Due to an FBI investigation, Biggs was arrested in Broomfield, Colorado.
241 Gene Robert Jennings 12/15/1966 2/14/1967
Jennings was arrested in Atlantic City, New Jersey, by the FBI after a citizen recognized him from an article in The Week magazine.
242 Clarence Wilbert McFarland 12/22/1966 4/4/1967
McFarland was arrested in Baltimore, Maryland, by Baltimore Police as a burglary suspect. He was identified from his fingerprints.
243 Monroe Hickson 2/17/1967 1/30/1968
In Chapel Hill, North Carolina, a couple recognized Hickson’s photograph in a “Top Ten” display and identified him as a migrant worker who had died of natural causes. Positive identification was made by fingerprints.
244 Clyde Edward Laws 2/28/1967 5/18/1967
Laws was arrested in Raytown, Missouri, through cooperation of a relative.
245 Charles Edward Ervin 4/13/1967 7/25/1967
Ervin was arrested in Hawkesbury, Ontario, Canada, by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police nearly two years before his brother, Gordon Dale Ervin (246). Charles Ervin sported facial scars indicative of plastic surgery.
246 Gordon Dale Ervin 4/13/1967 6/7/1969
Ervin was arrested in Winnipeg, Canada, by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police nearly two years after his brother, Charles Edward Ervin (245).
247 Thomas Franklin Dorman 4/20/1967 5/20/1967
Dorman was arrested in Grantsburg, Indiana, by the FBI aided by local and state police.
248 Jerry Lynn Young 5/12/1967 6/15/1967
Young was arrested in Akron, Ohio, by FBI Agents and local authorities.
249 Joseph Leroy Newman 6/2/1967 6/29/1967
Due to an FBI investigation, Newman was arrested in Jersey City, New Jersey.
250 Carmen Raymond Gagliardi 6/9/1967 12/23/1968
Gagliardi was arrested in Medford, Massachusetts, in his mother’s home.
251 Donald Richard Bussmeyer 6/28/1967 8/24/1967
Bussmeyer was arrested in Upland, California, clad only in shorts. A tattoo on his chest “Don Bussmeyer Loves Joyce,” gave away his identity.
252 Florencio Lopez Mationg 7/1/1967 7/16/1967
Due to an FBI investigation, Mationg was arrested in Los Angeles, California, with his partner Victor Jerald Bono (253).
253 Victor Jerald Bono 7/1/1967 7/16/1967
Due to an FBI investigation, Bono was arrested in Los Angeles, California, with his partner Florencio Lopez Mationg (252).
254 Alfred Johnson Cooper, Jr. 7/27/1967 9/8/1967
Cooper was arrested in Boston, Massachusetts. A visitor on the FBI Tour in Washington, D.C., recognized Cooper’s photograph on the “Top Ten” display.
255 John D. Slaton 8/2/1967 12/1/1967
Due to an FBI investigation, Slaton was arrested in Harquahala Valley, Arizona.
256 Jerry Ray James 8/16/1967 1/24/1968
James was arrested in Tucson, Arizona, by FBI Agents and local police. His partner, Donald Eugene Sparks (259), was arrested with him.
257 Richard Paul Anderson 9/7/1967 1/19/1968
Anderson was arrested in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, by Canadian Police.
258 Henry Theodore Young 9/21/1967 1/9/1968
Young was arrested in Kansas City, Missouri, after a citizen recognized him from an article in Inside Detective magazine.
259 Donald Eugene Sparks 11/13/1967 1/24/1968
Sparks was arrested in Tucson, Arizona, by FBI Agents and local police. His partner, Jerry Ray James (256), was arrested with him.
260 Zelma Lavone King 12/14/1967 1/30/1968
Due to an FBI investigation, King was arrested in Phoenix, Arizona.
261 Jerry Reece Peacock 12/14/1967 3/5/1968
Due to an FBI investigation, Peacock was arrested in Mesquite, Nevada.
262 Ronald Eugene Storck 1/19/1968 2/29/1968
Due to an FBI investigation, Storck was arrested in Honolulu, Hawaii.
263 Robert Leon McCain 1/31/1968 2/23/1968
McCain was arrested in Gulfport, Florida, by local police. A police sergeant who had recently finished a training course at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia, recognized McCain from the “Top Ten” Flyers displayed there.
264 William Garrin Allen, II 2/9/1968 3/23/1968
Due to an FBI investigation, Allen was arrested in Brooklyn, New York.
265 Charles Lee Herron 2/9/1968 6/18/1986
Due to an FBI investigation, Herron was arrested in Jacksonville, Florida.
266 Leonard Daniel Spears 2/13/1968 3/2/1968
Due to an FBI investigation, Spears was arrested in Tampa, Florida.
267 William Howard Bornman 2/13/1968 2/13/1968
Due to an FBI investigation, Bornman was arrested in Covington, Kentucky.
268 John Conway Patterson 2/26/1968 3/17/1968
Patterson was arrested in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, by local police and his identity was confirmed by fingerprints.
269 Troy Denver Martin 3/9/1968 3/19/1968
Martin was arrested in Seattle, Washington, after an employment agency manager recognized him from his Identification Order.
270 George Benjamin Williams 3/18/1968 5/26/1968
Williams’ skeletal remains were found by prospectors near a mine in Nevada. Three bullet holes were in his skull. Williams had been dead for six months.
271 Michael John Sanders 3/21/1968 4/8/1968
Due to an FBI investigation, Sanders was arrested in New York, New York.
272 Howard Callens Johnson 3/21/1968 4/24/1968
Johnson was arrested in Louisville, Kentucky, after a citizen recognized him from a Wanted Poster.
273 George Edward Wells 3/28/1968 5/27/1969
Wells was arrested outside a motel in South Point, Ohio, by FBI Agents.
274 David Evans 4/3/1968 4/26/1968
Evans was arrested in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, after being shot twice by local police as they responded to a burglar alarm at a doctor’s home.
275 Franklin Allen Paris 4/9/1968 5/21/1968
Due to an FBI investigation, Paris was arrested in Lakehead, California.
276 David Stuart Neff 4/18/1968 4/25/1968
Due to an FBI investigation, Neff was arrested in Brooklyn, New York.
277 James Earl Ray 4/20/1968 6/8/1968
Ray was apprehended in London, England, by British authorities. Ray is one of six people added to the “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list twice. He was also #351 on the list.
278 John Wesley Shannon, Jr. 5/7/1968 6/5/1968
Shannon was arrested in Camden, New Jersey, by FBI Agents and local police.
279 Taylor Morris Teaford 5/10/1968 5/24/1972
Federal process against Teaford was dismissed in Fresno, California.
280 Phillip Morris Jones 6/5/1968 6/26/1968
Jones walked into the FBI Office in San Mateo, California, and surrendered to authorities after seeing his Wanted Poster in a local post office. At the time of his arrest, he had a fully loaded automatic pistol in his possession.
281 George Michael Gentile 6/18/1968 12/17/1968
Gentile was arrested in New York, New York, by local police.
282 Johnny Ray Smith 6/20/1968 6/24/1968
Smith was arrested in Ocean Springs, Mississippi, after a citizen recognized him from a newspaper article.
283 Byron James Rice 7/5/1968 10/2/1972
Rice surrendered to the Chicago, Illinois, FBI Field Office following intensive FBI investigative pressure on his acquaintances.
284 Robert Leroy Lindblad 7/11/1968 10/7/1968
Lindblad surrendered to the District Attorney of Lyon County, Nevada, in Yerington, Nevada.
285 James Joseph Scully 7/15/1968 7/23/1968
Scully was arrested in Arcadia, California, by FBI Agents and local police.
286 Billy Ray White 8/13/1968 8/17/1968
White was arrested in Wood River, Illinois, after a citizen recognized him from an article in the St. Louis Globe-Democrat newspaper.
287 Frederick Rudolph Yokom 8/29/1968 9/6/1968
Yokom was arrested in Wood River, Illinois, after a citizen recognized him.
288 Harold James Evans 9/19/1968 1/2/1969
Due to an FBI investigation, Evans was arrested in Chicago, Illinois.
289 Robert Lee Carr 10/18/1968 11/4/1968
Carr was arrested in South Gate, California, after a citizen recognized him from a Wanted Flyer.
290 Levi Washington 11/15/1968 12/5/1968
Washington was arrested in Jackson, Michigan, for a local bank robbery. A fingerprint comparison revealed his true identity.
291 Richard Lee Tingler, Jr. 12/20/1968 5/19/1969
Tingler was arrested near Dill City, Oklahoma, by FBI Agents and local officers.
292 Gary Steven Krist 12/20/1968 12/22/1968
Krist was arrested in Punta Gorda, Florida, by FBI and local police. Krist and his partner, Ruth Eisemann-Schier (293), were later indicted on Georgia state charges of kidnapping with ransom.
293 Ruth Eisemann-Schier 12/28/1968 3/5/1969
Eisemann-Schier was arrested in Norman, Oklahoma, by FBI Agents. Eisemann-Schier and her partner, Gary Steven Krist (292), were later indicted on Georgia state charges of kidnapping with ransom.
294 Baltazar Garcia Estolas 1/3/1969 9/3/1969
Estolas was arrested in Langtry, Texas, after a citizen recognized him from television publicity.
295 Billie Austin Bryant 1/8/1969 1/8/1969
In an all-out manhunt by area police and the FBI, Bryant was arrested in Washington, D.C., by the Metropolitan Police Department. A local resident heard noises in his attic and contacted the police. Found hiding in the attic, Bryant was just four blocks from his home where he fatally shot two FBI Agents, Anthony Palmisano and Edwin R. Woodriffe, who were investigating a Maryland bank robbery.
296 Billy Len Schales 1/27/1969 1/30/1969
Schales was arrested in Bossier City, Louisiana, after a citizen recognized him from a newspaper article in the Shreveport Times.
297 Thomas James Lucas 2/13/1969 2/26/1969
Lucas was arrested in Washington, D.C., after a citizen recognized him from a Wanted Flyer.
298 Warren David Reddock 3/11/1969 4/14/1971
Reddock was arrested in Pacifica, California, after a citizen recognized him from a magazine article.
299 George Edward Blue 3/20/1969 3/28/1969
Due to an FBI investigation, Blue was arrested in Chicago, Illinois.
300 Cameron David Bishop 4/15/1969 3/12/1975
The local police in East Greenwich, Rhode Island, received an anonymous phone call advising them to be on the lookout for four armed men in a car near a bank. Two days later, police located the car and arrested the men; Bishop was one of them.