Ten Most Wanted Fugitives FAQ

The following contains current and historical information for internal and external distribution. This information is based on FBI records and is updated by the Investigative Publicity and Public Affairs Unit, Office of Public Affairs.

The FBI’s “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list has been in existence since March 14, 1950. A reporter for the International News Service (the predecessor to United Press International) asked the Bureau for the names and descriptions of the “toughest guys” the Bureau would like to capture. The resulting story generated so much publicity and had so much appeal that late FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover implemented the “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” program. The first person to be placed on the list was Thomas James Holden, wanted for the murder of his wife, her brother, and her stepbrother.

Since its inception, 510 fugitives have been on the “Top Ten” list, and 479 have been apprehended or located. Some interesting facts about the program are: 

    • 159 fugitives have been captured/located as a result of citizen cooperation.
    • Two fugitives were apprehended as a result of visitors on an FBI tour.
    • The shortest amount of time spent on the “Top Ten” list was two hours, by Billy Austin Bryant in 1969.
    • The person who has spent the longest amount of time on the list is Victor Manuel Gerena.
    • Nine fugitives were arrested prior to publication and release, but are still considered as officially on the list.
    • The oldest person to be placed on the list is 77-year-old William Bradford Bishop, Jr., who was added in April of 2014.

This program relies heavily on the assistance of citizens and the media. Publicity from coast to coast and around the world is important.

Frequently Asked Questions 
 

What is the purpose of the FBI’s “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” Program?

The “Top Ten” is a publicity program founded by the FBI in March of 1950 in conjunction with the nation’s news media. It is designed to publicize particularly dangerous fugitives who might not otherwise merit nationwide attention. The FBI recognizes the need for public assistance in tracking fugitives. One hundred and fifty-nine of the “Top Ten” apprehensions have been the result of citizen recognition of “Top Ten” fugitive publicity.

How many fugitives have been captured due to public assistance?

One hundred and fifty-nine of the “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” have been apprehended due to public assistance.

When was the Program started?

It was founded on March 14, 1950, by the FBI in association with the nation’s news media.

Who actually decides which fugitives go on the list?

The Criminal Investigative Division (CID) at FBI Headquarters calls upon all 56 Field Offices to submit candidates for the FBI’s “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list. The nominees received are reviewed by Special Agents in the CID and the Office of Public Affairs. The selection of the “proposed” candidate(s) is then forwarded to FBI Executive Management for final approval.

On what criteria is that decision made?

First, the individual must have a lengthy record of committing serious crimes and/or be considered a particularly dangerous menace to society due to current criminal charges.

Second, it must be believed that the nationwide publicity afforded by the program can be of assistance in apprehending the fugitive, who, in turn, should not already be notorious due to other publicity.

Are members of the “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list ranked?

No.

When are fugitives removed from the list?

“Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” are only removed from the list when they meet one of the following conditions:

First, they are captured.

Second, the federal process pending against the individual is dismissed—this is not an FBI decision.

Third, they no longer fit “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” criteria.

In the eight cases where fugitives were removed for the third reason, it was determined that each fugitive was no longer considered to be a “particularly dangerous menace to society.” When a fugitive is removed from the list, another is added to take his or her place.

How many women have been on the “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list?

Ten. The first, Ruth Eisemann-Schier, was added in 1968 for kidnapping, extortion, and other crimes.

Has the makeup of the fugitives on the “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list changed over the years?

Most definitely, just as the priorities of the FBI have changed. Through the 1950s, the list was primarily comprised of bank robbers, burglars, and car thieves. Once into the radical 1960s, the list reflected the revolutionaries of the times with destruction of Government property, sabotage, and kidnapping dominating the list. During the 1970s, with the FBI’s concentration on organized crime and terrorism, the “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” included many fugitives with organized crime ties or links to terrorist groups. In the 1980s and 1990s, the list included sexual predators, international terrorists, and drug traffickers. This emphasis, along with crimes against children, white collar crime, and gang violence, continues today.

How many fugitives have been on the list?

As of December 2, 2016, there have been 510 fugitives on the “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list. Four hundred and seventy-nine individuals appearing on the list have been located, 159 of them as a direct result of citizen cooperation.

Has the publicity generated by the program changed over the years?

Just as the composition of the list of “Top Ten” fugitives has changed over the years, the media outlets available for publicizing these fugitives have also changed. Traditionally, newspapers and magazines captured the attention of the domestic reader with profiles and photographs of America’s fugitives. Nine of the first 20 “Top Tenners” were arrested due to citizen cooperation, including the very first “Top Tenner,” Thomas Holden, who was arrested after a citizen recognized his photograph in an Oregon newspaper. Today, editors and news directors want the local angle, which is not always present in a “Top Ten” story. Therefore, the program relies heavily on publicity from coast to coast. “Top Ten” fugitives have been apprehended in every state except Alaska, Maine, and Delaware.

Currently, the FBI is also using television and radio to attract public attention to the “Top Ten” list. Networks are airing television programs on FBI fugitives, and ABC Radio Network broadcasts the weekly series “FBI, This Week.” As a result of the first episode of “America’s Most Wanted,” David James Roberts was captured. To date, seventeen “Top Ten” fugitives have been located as a direct result of tips provided by viewers of this program.

In addition to television and radio, the FBI has begun to use cyberspace to inform the public. Postings on the FBI’s Internet website, www.fbi.gov, have led to the apprehension of two of the FBI’s “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives.”

How many “special additions” have been made to the “Top Ten”?

Ramzi Ahmed Yousef made the thirteenth fugitive to become a “special addition.” The first “special addition” was Richard Laurence Marquette who was wanted for murder. The second was James Earl Ray, wanted for the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Are there rewards offered for “Top Ten” fugitives?

At a minimum, a reward of up to $100,000 is offered by the FBI for information which leads directly to the arrest of a “Top Ten” fugitive. In some instances, the reward amount offered is more than $100,000.

Did the FBI ever have a “Ten Most Wanted Public Enemies” Program before the “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” Program began?

No. The FBI and the U.S. Department of Justice made use of the term, “Public Enemy,” in the 1930s, an era in which the term was synonymous with “fugitive” or “notorious gangster.” It was used in speeches, books, press releases, and internal memoranda. However, neither the FBI nor the Department had any type of publicity program which concentrated on a “Public Enemy” number 1, number 2, etc.

The origin of the name, “Public Enemy,” has been traced to the Chicago Crime Commission, which invented the term around 1930. “Public Enemy” caught national attention, and the Commission maintained lists of its “Public Enemies” which were released through the news media. In addition, the term was popularized by a 1931 movie, “The Public Enemy,” in which James Cagney portrayed a gangster.

Common usage of the name, “Public Enemy,” died out during the World War II period.

What commercial uses of the “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” are allowed?

None. Commercial use is strictly prohibited. Descriptions and pictures of the “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” are provided for the sole purpose of eliciting public assistance in tracking fugitives.

“TOP TEN” STATISTICS 

      Year...............Total Located 

  • 1950.................... 8
  • 1951.................... 11
  • 1952.................... 12
  • 1953.................... 26
  • 1954.................... 15
  • 1955.................... 12
  • 1956.................... 7
  • 1957.................... 2
  • 1958.................... 7a
  • 1959.................... 14
  • 1960.................... 21b
  • 1961.................... 15c
  • 1962.................... 14
  • 1963.................... 6d
  • 1964.................... 19e
  • 1965.................... 20f,g,h
  • 1966.................... 16
  • 1967.................... 17i,j
  • 1968.................... 33
  • 1969.................... 11
  • 1970.................... 5
  • 1971.................... 3
  • 1972.................... 2k,l
  • 1973.................... 4m
  • 1974.................... 7
  • 1975.................... 7
  • 1976.................... 9
  • 1977.................... 11
  • 1978.................... 6
  • 1979.................... 6
  • 1980.................... 2
  • 1981.................... 6
  • 1982.................... 2
  • 1983.................... 2
  • 1984.................... 6
  • 1985.................... 7
  • 1986.................... 11n,o
  • 1987.................... 6
  • 1988.................... 9
  • 1989.................... 5
  • 1990.................... 2
  • 1991.................... 2
  • 1992.................... 1
  • 1993.................... 0
  • 1994.................... 6
  • 1995.................... 3
  • 1996.................... 4
  • 1997.................... 3
  • 1998.................... 3
  • 1999.................... 4
  • 2000.................... 2
  • 2001.................... 9
  • 2002.................... 6
  • 2003.................... 1
  • 2004.................... 3
  • 2005.................... 0
  • 2006.................... 5
  • 2007.................... 3
  • 2008.................... 2
  • 2009.................... 3
  • 2010.................... 0
  • 2011.................... 2
  • 2012.................... 2
  • 2013.................... 3
  • 2014.................... 3
  • 2015.................... 0
  • 2016.................... 6

Process Dismissed:

a. Mitchell - 7/18/1958
b. Pero - 12/2/1960
c. Diggs - 12/14/1961
d. Keegan - 12/13/1963
e. Tenuto - 3/9/1964
f. O’Brien - 1/14/1965
g. Newman - 6/11/1965
h. Payne - 11/26/1965
i. Collins - 3/30/1967
j. Maps - 12/1/1967
k. Teaford - 5/24/1972
l. Clouser - 8/1/1972
m. Dohrn - 12/7/1973
n. C. Hammond - 8/4/1986
o. M. Hammond - 8/4/1986

Removed from List: 

D. A. Armstrong 4/1/1976
L. F. Burt 4/7/1976
B. H. Paddock 5/5/1977
K. A. Power 6/15/1984
A. L. Washington 12/27/2000
D. E. Webb 3/31/2007
S. Mogilevich 12/17/2015
G. S. Godwin 5/19/2016

Year in Which Highest Number Located: 

1968………………..33

Longest Time on List:

Victor Manuel Gerena
Dates:  5/14/84 - Present

Shortest Time on List:

Billie Austin Bryant
Dates: 1/8/69 {5 pm} -
1/8/69 {7 pm}
(Special Addition)

Woman on List the Longest:

Katherine Ann Power
Dates: 10/17/70 - 6/15/84

First Person Placed on List: 

Thomas J. Holden
Wanted For: UFAP for murder
Dates: 3/14/50 - 6/23/51

Oldest Person on List:

William Bradford Bishop, Jr.
Born: 8/01/36
Dates: 4/10/14 - present

Breakdown of the Apprehensions: 

FBI................................237
Local..............................98
Joint...............................74
Killed During Capture....12
Surrendered..................24
Foreign Authorities…....34*

*51 fugitives were captured in foreign countries, but several were captured as the result of a joint effort.

Apprehension by Publicity:

Internet...........................2
Television.......................28
Radio...............................2
Newspapers...................33
Magazines.....................13
Wanted Notices.............49
Total.............................127

NCIC Hits.......................2

Other:

Found Deceased...........14

Persons Appearing on the List More Than Once: 

Nick George Montos
Dates: 09/08/52 - 08/23/54
03/02/56 - 03/28/56
Edward Sanford Garrison
Dates: 10/26/53 - 11/03/53
03/04/59 - 09/09/60
Ernest Tait
Dates: 07/11/51 - 07/12/51
08/16/60 - 09/10/60
Quay C. Kilburn
Dates: 04/16/58 - 06/02/58
03/23/64 - 06/25/64
Joseph Lloyd Thomas
Dates: 10/21/59 - 12/10/59
09/12/69 - 03/08/70
James Earl Ray
Dates: 04/20/68 - 06/08/68
06/11/77 - 06/13/77

Women on the List: 

Ruth Eismann-Schier
Dates: 12/28/68 - 03/05/69
Marie Dean Arrington
Dates: 05/29/69 - 12/22/71
Angela Yvonne Davis
Dates: 08/18/70 - 10/13/70
Bernardine Rae Dohrn
Dates: 10/14/70 - 12/07/73
Katherine Ann Power
Dates: 10/17/70 - 06/15/84
Susan Edith Saxe
Dates: 10/17/70 - 03/27/75
Donna Jean Willmott
Dates: 05/22/87 - 12/6/94
Shauntay L. Henderson
Dates: 03/31/07 - 03/31/07
Brenda Delgado
Dates: 04/06/16 - 04/08/16
Shanika S. Minor
Dates: 06/28/16 - 07/01/16

 

“TOP TEN” CRIME LOCATIONS BY STATE/REGION 

Alabama 11
Alaska 0
Arizona 10
Arkansas 5
California 58
Colorado 8
Connecticut 4
Delaware 1
Florida 22
Georgia 18
Hawaii 0
Idaho 3
Illinois 38
Indiana 13
Iowa 4
Kansas 13
Kentucky 9
Louisiana 7
Maine 5
Maryland 18
Massachusetts 15
Michigan 20
Minnesota 5
Mississippi 5
Missouri 11
Montana 2
Nebraska 2
Nevada 5
New Hampshire 1
New Jersey 9
New Mexico 4
New York 33
North Carolina 8
North Dakota 0
Ohio 21
Oklahoma 7
Oregon 7
Pennsylvania 20
Rhode Island 0
South Carolina 3
South Dakota 2
Tennessee 19
Texas 15
Utah 5
Vermont 1
Virginia 8
Washington 9
West Virginia 3
Wisconsin 7
Wyoming 2
Washington, DC 14
   
TOTAL 510

“TOP TEN” APPREHENSIONS/LOCATIONS BY STATE/REGION:

Alabama 3
Alaska 0
Arizona 12
Arkansas 5
California 62
Colorado 11
Connecticut 3
Delaware 0
Florida 32
Georgia 8
Hawaii 2
Idaho 2
Illinois 32
Indiana 6
Iowa 3
Kansas 5
Kentucky 5
Louisiana 11
Maine 0
Maryland 11
Massachusetts 9
Michigan 11
Minnesota 6
Mississippi 5
Missouri 14
Montana 2
Nebraska 2
Nevada 10
New Hampshire 3
New Jersey 5
New Mexico 2
New York 40
North Carolina 5
North Dakota 1
Ohio 16
Oklahoma 5
Oregon 4
Pennsylvania 16
Rhode Island 2
South Carolina 4
South Dakota 1
Tennessee 9
Texas 14
Utah 1
Vermont 1
Virginia 6
Washington 8
West Virginia 1
Wisconsin 5
Wyoming 4
Washington, DC 3
   
TOTAL 428

“TOP TEN” Apprehensions/Locations Outside The United States: 

Canada 11
Mexico 20
Bahamas 1
England 1
Japan 1
Vietnam 1
Other 15
 
SUBTOTAL 51

TOTAL 479

“TOP TEN” STATISTICS TIPS BY VIEWERS 

Cases solved as a result of “America’s Most Wanted” Television Program:

David James Roberts
Dates: 4/27/87 - 2/11/88

Pedro Luis Estrada
Dates: 4/15/88 - 10/1/89

Jack Darrell Farmer
Dates: 5/29/88 - 6/1/88

Roger Lee Jones
Dates: 5/29/88 - 3/4/89 

Steven Ray Stout
Dates: 11/27/88 - 12/6/88 

Stanley Faison
Dates: 11/27/88 - 12/24/88

Armando Garcia
Dates: 1/8/89 - 1/18/94 

Lee Nell Carter
Dates: 11/19/89 - 11/20/89 

Wardell David Ford
Dates: 12/20/89 - 9/17/90 

Leslie Isben Rogge
Dates: 1/24/90 - 5/18/96 

Rickey Allen Bright
Dates: 12/15/95 - 1/7/96 

Tony Ray Amati
Dates: 2/21/98 - 2/27/98 

Harry Joseph Bowman
Dates: 3/14/98 - 6/7/99 

Eric Franklin Rosser
Dates: 12/27/00 - 8/21/01 

Michael Scott Bliss
Dates: 1/31/02 - 4/23/02 

Chaunson Lavel McKibbins
Dates: arrested 10/29/04 (before release date of 11/9/04) 

Michael Jason Registe
Dates: 7/26/08 – 8/27/08

Cases solved as a result of “Unsolved Mysteries” Television Program:

  
Bobby Gene Dennie
Dates:  2/24/89 - 10/28/89

Kenneth Robert Stanton
Dates:  10/24/90 - 10/31/90
 

Cases solved as a result of FBI Internet Site:


Leslie Isben Rogge
Dates:  1/24/90 - 5/18/96

Richard Steve Goldberg
Dates:  6/14/02 - 5/12/07

Top Ten Family Acts: 

Samuel J. Veney
Dates: 2/25/65 - 3/11/65
Earl Veney
Dates: 3/5/65 - 3/11/65
Charles E. Ervin
Dates: 4/13/67 - 7/25/67
Gordon Dale Ervin
Dates: 4/13/67 - 6/7/69
Dwight Alan Armstrong
Dates: 9/4/70 - 4/1/76
Karleton Lewis Armstrong
Dates: 9/4/70 - 2/17/72
Charles Earl Hammond
Dates: 3/14/85 - 8/4/86
Michael F. A. Hammond
Dates: 3/14/85 - 8/4/86

SPECIAL ADDITIONS TO THE “TEN MOST WANTED FUGITIVES” LIST 

                      Name                                  Number on list                Added              Apprehended/Removed

  1. Richard Laurence Marquette................... 154 ...................6/29/1961 ...................6/30/1961    
  2. James Earl Ray ........................................277 ...................4/20/1968 ..................6/8/1968     
  3. Gary Steven Krist .....................................292 ...................12/20/1968 ................12/22/1968  
  4. Billie Austin Bryant ...................................295 ...................1/8/1969 ....................1/8/1969   
  5. Hubert Geroid Brown ...............................308 ...................5/6/1970 ....................10/16/1971   
  6. Dwight Alan Armstrong ............................310 ...................9/4/1970 .....................4/1/1976   
  7. Karleton Lewis Armstrong ........................311 ...................9/4/1970 .....................2/17/1972  
  8. David Sylvan Fine ....................................312 ...................9/4/1970 .....................1/8/1976    
  9. Leo Frederick Burt ...................................313 ...................9/4/1970 .....................4/7/1976   
  10. Katherine Ann Power ...............................315 ...................10/17/1970 .................6/15/1984   
  11. Susan Edith Saxe ....................................316 ...................10/17/1970 .................3/27/1975 
  12. Alton Coleman .........................................388 ...................7/11/1984 ....................7/20/1984
  13. Ramzi Ahmed Yousef ..............................436 ...................4/21/1993 ....................2/7/1995

 CHRONOLOGICAL LISTING OF THE FBI’S “TEN MOST WANTED FUGITIVES” 

#NameDate Placed on ListDate Located
1Thomas James Holden3/14/19506/23/1951
 Holden was arrested in Beaverton, Oregon, following a tip from a citizen who read a wire service story in the Portland, Oregon, newspaper The Oregonian and contacted the FBI.
2Morley Vernon King3/15/195010/31/1951
 Due to an FBI investigation, King was apprehended in a Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, restaurant.
3William Raymond Nesbit3/16/19503/18/1950
 Nesbit was arrested in St. Paul, Minnesota, by local police following a wire service story in the St. Paul Dispatch.
4Henry Randolph Mitchell3/17/19507/18/1958
 Mitchell was placed on the list three days after its inception and was the only one of the original members still at large when the process against him was dismissed in Tallahassee, Florida.
5Omar August Pinson3/18/19508/28/1950
 Due to an FBI investigation, Pinson was arrested in Pierre, South Dakota, by local police while applying for his driver’s license.
6Lee Emory Downs3/20/19504/7/1950
 Due to an FBI investigation, Downs was arrested by the FBI in Daytona Beach, Florida, outside his trailer home. At the time of the arrest, Downs was working on his 1949 Lincoln automobile.
7Orba Elmer Jackson3/21/19503/23/1950
 A citizen saw Jackson’s Identification Order in an Oregon post office and recognized Jackson as a farm hand. Jackson was apprehended without incident in Aloha, Oregon.
8Glen Roy Wright3/22/195012/13/1950
 Due to an FBI investigation, Wright was arrested in Salina, Kansas, by the FBI.
9Henry Harland Shelton3/23/19506/23/1950
 Shelton was arrested in Indianapolis, Indiana, by FBI Agents. Shelton was armed with a .45 caliber automatic weapon and drew it during the arrest. Agents shot and wounded Shelton.
10Morris Guralnick3/24/195012/15/1950
 Guralnick was arrested by an FBI Agent and a local police officer at a clothing store where he was working as a night clerk in Madison, Wisconsin. Guralnick was located as a result of a citizen seeing his picture in the Coronet magazine and then contacting authorities.
11William Francis Sutton3/20/19502/18/1952
 A bank robber, Sutton was arrested in Brooklyn, New York, without incident. Sutton was spotted by a citizen who had seen his Wanted Flyer and notified the local police after seeing Sutton on the subway in New York City. *Date added not chronological because Sutton was placed on the list after the original ten fugitives were already chosen and Nesbit (3) was quickly arrested.
12Stephen William Davenport4/4/19505/5/1950
 Due to an FBI investigation, Davenport was arrested in Las Vegas, Nevada, by local police.
13Henry Clay Tollett4/11/19506/4/1951
 Tollett was fatally wounded by a California Highway Patrol officer during the attempt to apprehend him. He was in a stolen car in Redding, California.
14Frederick J. Tenuto5/24/19503/9/1964
 Federal process against Tenuto was dismissed in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, by a U.S. District Judge.
15Thomas Kling7/17/19502/20/1952
 Kling was arrested in New York, New York, by local police.
16Meyer Dembin9/5/195011/26/1951
 Dembin surrendered to the U.S. Attorney in New York, New York.
17Courtney Townsend Taylor1/8/19512/16/1951
 Taylor was apprehended in Mobile, Alabama, after a jeweler recognized him from a Wanted Flyer. Sending his clerk to follow Taylor, the jeweler called the FBI and police. Within 25 minutes, Taylor was in custody.
18Joseph Franklin Bent, Jr.1/9/19518/29/1952
 Bent was arrested in Texas City, Texas, after a citizen recognized his photo in Pageant magazine. He was shot and wounded during the arrest when he attempted to draw his weapon.
19Harry H. Burton3/9/19512/7/1952
 Burton was arrested in Cody, Wyoming, by the local Sheriff and FBI. His arrest is attributed to the True Detective Mysteries radio broadcast.
20Joseph Paul Cato6/27/19516/22/1951
 Cato surrendered to the FBI in Cleveland, Ohio, after seeing his own Identification Order. Although approved to be placed on the “Top Ten” list, he surrendered prior to the press release date.
21Anthony Brancato6/27/19516/29/1951
 Brancato surrendered to the FBI in San Francisco, California, after seeing an International News Service story in the San Francisco Call-Bulletin.
22Frederick Emerson Peters7/2/19511/15/1952
 Peters was arrested in a Washington, D.C., hotel lobby after two FBI Agents recognized him from an Identification Order.
23Ernest Tait7/11/19517/12/1951
 Tait was arrested in Miami, Florida, by the FBI as a direct result of an Associated Press (AP) story published in the Miami Herald and the Miami Daily News. After being apprehended, Tait said he had intended to shoot it out with the police, but he had read the AP story about himself stating he had been added to the “Top Ten” list and decided not to try to shoot it out with the FBI. Tait is one of six people added to the “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list twice. He was also #133 on the list.
24Ollie Gene Embry7/25/19518/5/1951
 A citizen saw Embry’s Identification Order in the post office and recognized him as a local filling station attendant. Embry was arrested by FBI Agents while he was in the process of fixing the radiator of the arresting Agents’ car in Kansas City, Missouri.
25Giachino Anthony Baccolla8/20/195112/10/1951
 Due to an FBI investigation, Baccolla was arrested in New York, New York.
26Raymond Edward Young11/12/195111/16/1951
 Due to an FBI investigation, Young was arrested in Denver, Colorado. Young worked nights at a bakery and was apprehended while loading bread trucks.
27John Thomas Hill12/10/19518/16/1952
 Due to an FBI investigation, Hill was arrested in Hamtramck, Michigan, after a citizen recognized him from a Wanted Flyer. FBI Agents raided his home finding Hill in bed, fast asleep. He offered no resistance.
28George Arthur Heroux12/19/19517/25/1952
 Heroux was arrested in El Portal, Florida, by local police following a police department investigation.
29Sydney Gordon Martin1/7/195211/27/1953
 Martin was arrested without incident in Corpus Christi, Texas, by the FBI following publicity in the Saturday Evening Post.
30Gerhard Arthur Puff1/28/19527/26/1952
 Puff was arrested in a hotel lobby in New York, New York, after he shot and killed FBI Special Agent Joseph J. Brock. Puff himself was shot and wounded before he was arrested.
31Thomas Edward Young2/21/19529/23/1952
 Young was arrested in the Boise National Forest, Idaho, without incident following an investigation of citizen reports recognizing his photograph on Identification Orders and in newspaper articles.
32Kenneth Lee Maurer2/27/19521/8/1953
 Maurer, working at a local cabinet shop, was arrested in Miami, Florida, after several customers saw his published photograph and contacted the FBI. Because of Maurer’s fear of flying, he was allowed to return to Detroit by train to face murder charges.
33Isaie Aldy Beausoleil3/3/19526/25/1953
 At the time of his arrest, Beausoleil was dressed as a woman. The arrest occurred in Chicago, Illinois, when Beausoleil was spotted acting suspiciously in a women’s restroom. A park policewoman responded and made the arrest.
34Leonard Joseph Zalutsky8/5/19529/8/1952
 Zalutsky was arrested by local police in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania, after being recognized by two citizens who saw his FBI Wanted Poster in a post office.
35William Merle Martin8/11/19528/30/1952
 Martin was arrested in St. Louis, Missouri, by local police due to a police investigation.
36James Eddie Diggs8/27/195212/14/1961
 Federal process against Diggs was dismissed in Norfolk, Virginia.
37Nick George Montos9/8/19528/23/1954
 Montos was arrested in Chicago, Illinois, while he and a companion waited for a freight train to cross the path of their car. His automobile was identified by two FBI Agents. Montos is one of six people added to the “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list twice. He was also #94 on the list.
38Theodore Richard Byrd, Jr.9/10/19522/21/1953
 Byrd was arrested in El Reno, Oklahoma, after an off-duty FBI clerk recognized him from a Wanted Flyer and notified the local police.
39Harden Collins Kemper9/17/19521/1/1953
 Kemper was arrested in Glendale, Arizona, after an Arizona Highway Patrolman recognized him from an Identification Order.
40John Joseph Brennan10/6/19521/23/1953
 Brennan was arrested in Chicago, Illinois, as a result of a tip from an FBI informant.
41Charles Patrick Shue1/15/19532/13/1953
 Shue was arrested in Los Angeles, California, as a result of the FBI being notified after an individual recognized his picture in a newspaper.
42Lawson David Shirk Butler1/22/19534/21/1953
 Due to an FBI investigation, Butler was arrested in Los Angeles, California.
43Joseph James Brletic2/9/19532/10/1953
 Brletic was arrested in Lancaster, California, by the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Office after being recognized from a photograph in the Los Angeles Herald-Express newspaper.
44David Dallas Taylor3/3/19535/26/1953
 Due to an FBI investigation, Taylor was arrested in Chicago, Illinois.
45Perlie Miller3/4/19533/5/1953
 Miller was arrested in Somersworth, New Hampshire. Working at a local diner, a customer recognized him from a published “Top Ten” photograph.
46Fred William Bowerman3/5/19534/24/1953
 Bowerman was mortally wounded by police officers while attempting to flee the scene of a bank robbery in St. Louis, Missouri.
47Robert Benton Mathus3/16/19533/19/1953
 Mathus was arrested in Duson, Louisiana, by FBI Agents and local police after being recognized by a citizen who saw his Wanted Flyer.
48Floyd Allen Hill3/30/19534/18/1953
 Due to an FBI investigation, Hill was arrested in Dallas, Texas.
49Joseph Levy5/1/19534/30/1953
 Levy was apprehended at the Churchill Downs Race Track in Louisville, Kentucky, one day prior to the public announcement of being placed on the “Top Ten” list. FBI Agents recognized him from the “Top Ten” material sent to the field office for the announcement. He is still considered to have been officially on the list.
50Arnold Hinson5/4/195311/7/1953
 Hinson was apprehended by FBI Special Agents in the downtown area of Memphis, Tennessee.
51Gordon Lee Cooper5/11/19536/11/1953
 Cooper was arrested in St. Louis, Missouri, following an investigation based on a citizen’s tip. Cooper was recognized from newspaper publicity.
52Fleet Robert Current5/18/19537/12/1953
 Due to an FBI investigation, Current was arrested on an Omaha, Nebraska, street corner.
53Donald Charles Fitterer6/8/19536/21/1953
 Fitterer was arrested in Oakland, California, by the FBI and California State Patrol. A citizen had reported him to FBI Headquarters after identifying him from a True Detective Mysteries radio broadcast.
54John Raleigh Cooke6/22/195310/20/1953
 Cooke was arrested in Detroit, Michigan, as he descended for lunch from a roof on a construction project where he was working as a welder. Upon arrest, Cooke stated it was a relief to be caught as he knew from newspaper articles he was on the FBI’s list of “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” and distance would not aid him in his flight.
55Jack Gordon White7/6/19538/27/1953
 White was recognized by a police officer who remembered him from an Identification Order. FBI and police were called to the area of downtown Seattle, Washington. After determining the make of the vehicle he was driving, FBI Agents were able to locate him. A traffic stop was made and White was apprehended without incident.
56Alex Richard Bryant7/14/19531/26/1954
 Due to an FBI investigation, Bryant was arrested in Los Angeles, California.
57George William Krendich7/27/195310/11/1953
 Krendich was found dead in an abandoned Jeep in a wooded area of Dunn County, North Dakota. The cause of death was suicide from asphyxiation of carbon monoxide fumes, which were piped in from the exhaust into his closed car.
58Lloyd Reed Russell9/8/19538/3/1954
 Russell was killed during a gun battle with local police officers in Spokane, Washington.
59Edwin Sanford Garrison10/26/195311/3/1953
 Garrison was arrested in Detroit, Michigan, without incident after a citizen recognized his photograph in a newspaper article. Garrison is one of six people added to the “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list twice. He was also #112 on the list.
60Franklin James Wilson11/2/19531/18/1954
 During an interview following Wilson’s arrest in Chicago, Illinois, Wilson blamed the extensive publicity surrounding his addition to the “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list for his quick capture.
61Charles E. Johnson11/12/195312/28/1953
 Johnson was apprehended in Central Islip, Long Island, New York, after a citizen recognized him from a magazine article in the November 14, 1953, issue of the Saturday Evening Post.
62Thomas Jackson Massingale11/18/195311/26/1953
 Massingale was apprehended in Las Vegas, Nevada, after a citizen recognized him from a photograph in the November 24, 1953, issue of the Saturday Evening Post.
63Peter Edward Kenzik12/7/19531/26/1955
 Kenzik was arrested in San Diego, California, for drunkenness. A gun was found in his possession and a routine fingerprint check identified Kenzik.
64Thomas Everett Dickerson12/10/195312/21/1953
 Due to an FBI investigation, Dickerson was arrested in Verdunville, West Virginia, by the FBI and the West Virginia State Patrol.
65Chester Lee Davenport1/6/19541/7/1954
 Davenport was arrested near Dixon, California. The local veterinarian recognized Davenport’s photograph in a newspaper as being a dairy farm worker. Davenport was arrested while milking a cow.
66Alex Whitmore1/11/19545/10/1954
 Whitmore was arrested in Seattle, Washington, after a citizen recognized him from a television broadcast.
67Everett Lowell Krueger1/25/19542/15/1954
 After being arrested in Las Cruces, New Mexico, Krueger told FBI Agents, “I’m glad it’s over. I’m tired of running.”
68Apee Hamp Chapman2/3/19542/10/1954
 Chapman was arrested in Silver Spring, Maryland, after a citizen saw his photo in the February 9, 1954, issue of the Washington-Afro-American magazine.
69Nelson Robert Duncan2/8/19542/21/1954
 Duncan was arrested in Atlanta, Georgia. Atlanta patrolmen were investigating an open skylight in a local grocery store and discovered Duncan and an accomplice attempting to burglarize the store safe.
70Charles Falzone2/24/19548/17/1955
 Falzone was arrested in New Bedford, Pennsylvania, by the FBI after a citizen recognized his photograph from an Identification Order in a post office.
71Basil Kingsley Beck3/1/19543/3/1954
 Due to an FBI investigation, Beck was arrested in San Pablo, California, by FBI Agents.
72Clarence Dye3/8/19548/3/1955
 Dye was arrested in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, by local police. During a routine check, Dye’s former girlfriend told police Dye was wanted.
73James William Lofton3/16/19543/17/1954
 Due to an FBI investigation, Lofton was arrested in Morgan City, Louisiana, by local police and the FBI.
74Sterling Groom4/2/19544/21/1954
 Groom was arrested in Baltimore, Maryland, by the FBI after a citizen recognized him from an Identification Order in a post office.
75Raymond Louis Owen Menard5/3/19545/5/1954
 Menard was arrested in New Orleans, Louisiana, by local police after a citizen recognized his photograph from a local newspaper.
76John Alfred Hopkins5/18/19546/7/1954
 Hopkins was arrested near Beowawe, Nevada, by the FBI after a citizen recognized him from a photo in a California newspaper.
77Otto Austin Loel5/21/19541/17/1955
 Loel was arrested in Sanford, Florida, by local police. Loel had been hiding in a Sanford city dump and living in a crude shack made of palmetto leaves.
78David Daniel Keegan6/21/195412/13/1963
 Federal process against Keegan was dismissed in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
79Walter James Wilkinson8/17/19541/13/1955
 Wilkinson was arrested in Los Angeles, California, by the FBI after a citizen recognized him from an Identification Order in a post office. He was working at a country club as a busboy. During the arrest, Wilkinson commented: “It didn’t take too long. I know how you guys work.”
80John Harry Allen9/7/195412/21/1954
 Allen was arrested in Fort Smith, Arkansas, after being recognized by two police officers from a Wanted Flyer.
81George Lester Belew1/4/19551/24/1955
 Belew was arrested at a motel near Champaign, Illinois, after the motel owner recognized his photograph on a Wanted Flyer.
82Kenneth Darrell Carpenter1/31/19552/4/1955
 Carpenter was arrested near Arlington, Tennessee, after an FBI Agent recognized him sitting in the vehicle next to his. Carpenter reached for the radio dial in his car and the Agent recognized a tattoo of the word “love” on the fingers of his right hand. The Agent radioed for assistance and Carpenter was arrested an hour later.
83Flenoy Payne2/2/19553/11/1958
 Due to an FBI investigation, Payne was arrested in Crittenden County, Arkansas. Payne was working as an itinerant cotton picker and gambler.
84Palmer Julius Morset2/7/19553/2/1956
 Due to an FBI investigation, Morset was arrested in Indianapolis, Indiana.
85Patrick Eugene McDermott2/9/19557/19/1955
 McDermott was recognized by a police officer from an Identification Order. McDermott was working as a local ambulance driver in New York, New York.
86Garland William Daniels2/18/19553/29/1955
 Daniels was arrested in Los Angeles, California, after a citizen recognized his photograph in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch newspaper.
87Daniel William O’Connor4/11/195512/26/1958
 To avoid arrest, O’Connor dyed his hair red, grew a mustache, added a tattoo and gained 58 pounds. O’Connor was apprehended in El Cajon, California, during an investigation of a neighborhood theft of a two wheeled trailer valued at $15. O’Connor was a neighbor of the victim and a routine check of his fingerprints identified him as O’Connor.
88Jack Harvey Raymond8/8/195510/14/1955
 Due to an FBI investigation, Raymond was apprehended in Denver, Colorado.
89Daniel Abram Everhart8/17/195510/9/1955
 Due to an FBI investigation, Everhart was arrested in Denver, Colorado.
90Charles Edward Ranels9/2/195512/16/1956
 Ranels was arrested in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, after neighbors recognized his photo on a Wanted Flyer.
91Thurman Arthur Green10/24/19552/16/1956
 Due to an FBI investigation, Green was arrested in Nashville, Tennessee. Green had sent his wife to stay with relatives and was home alone in bed recuperating from a toothache. He told the offi cers, “I was expecting you yesterday.”
92John Allen Kendrick11/2/195512/2/1955
 Due to an FBI investigation, Kendrick was arrested in Chicago, Illinois.
93Joseph James Bagnola12/19/195512/30/1956
 Due to an FBI investigation, Bagnola was arrested in Chicago, Illinois.
94Nick George Montos3/2/19563/28/1956
 Montos was arrested in his motel room in Memphis, Tennessee, after being recognized by a citizen. Montos is one of six people added to the “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list twice. He was also #37 on the list.
95James Ignatius Faherty3/19/19565/16/1956
 Due to an FBI investigation, Faherty was arrested in Boston, Massachusetts.
96Thomas Francis Richardson4/12/19565/16/1956
 Due to an FBI investigation, Richardson was arrested in Boston, Massachusetts, together with Faherty (95).
97Eugene Francis Newman5/28/19566/11/1965
 Federal process against Newman was dismissed in Buffalo, New York.
98Carmine DiBiase5/28/19568/28/1958
 DiBiase surrendered to the FBI through an attorney in New York, New York. Following his surrender, DiBiase reportedly made the following statement: “I am getting older and accomplishing nothing having to stay away from my wife and children, mother and father. I am glad it is over. I had to come in.”
99Ben Golden McCollum1/4/19573/7/1958
 McCollum was arrested in a rooming house in Indianapolis, Indiana.
100Alfred James White1/14/19571/24/1957
 White was arrested in Memphis, Tennessee, by the FBI after being recognized by a citizen from a Wanted Flyer.
101Robert L. Green 2/11/19572/13/1957
 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.
102George Edward Cole2/25/19577/6/1959
 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.
103Eugene Russell McCracken3/26/19583/27/1958
 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.
104Frank Aubrey Leftwich4/4/19584/18/1958
 Due to an FBI investigation, Leftwich was arrested in Chicago, Illinois.
105Quay Cleon Kilburn4/16/19586/2/1958
 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.
106Dominick Scialo5/9/19587/27/1959
 Scialo surrendered to the FBI in Brooklyn, New York.
107Angelo Luigi Pero6/16/195812/2/1960
 Federal process against Pero was dismissed by the U.S. Attorney in New York, New York.
108Frederick Grant Dunn7/29/19589/8/1959
 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.
109Frank Lawrence Sprenz9/10/19584/15/1959
 Due to an FBI investigation, Sprenz was arrested in Laredo, Texas.
110David Lynn Thurston1/8/19592/6/1959
 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.
111John Thomas Freeman2/17/19592/18/1959
 Freeman was arrested by the FBI in Hillside, Maryland, after a citizen recognized his photograph in a newspaper article.
112Edwin Sanford Garrison3/4/19599/9/1960
 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.
113Emmett Bernard Kervan4/29/19595/13/1959
 Due to an FBI investigation, Kervan was arrested in El Paso, Texas.
114Richard Allen Hunt5/27/19596/2/1959
 Hunt was arrested by the local sheriff in Thermopolis, Wyoming, after a citizen recognized Hunt from a Wanted Flyer.
115Walter Bernard O’Donnell6/17/19596/19/1959
 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.
116Billy Owens Williams7/10/19593/4/1960
 Due to an FBI investigation, Williams was arrested in New York, New York.
117James Francis Jenkins7/21/19598/12/1959
 Jenkins was arrested in a Buffalo, New York, motel after an informant tipped off the FBI.
118Harry Raymond Pope8/11/19598/25/1959
 Due to an FBI investigation, Pope was arrested in Lubbock, Texas, by the FBI and Texas Rangers.
119James Francis Duffy8/26/19599/2/1959
 Due to an FBI investigation, Duffy was arrested in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
120Robert Garfield Brown, Jr.9/9/19591/11/1960
 Brown was arrested in Cincinnati, Ohio, by the FBI after a citizen recognized his photograph on an Identification Order.
121Frederick Anthony Seno9/24/19599/24/1959
 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!”
122Smith Gerald Hudson10/7/19597/31/1960
 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.
123Joseph Lloyd Thomas10/21/195912/10/1959
 Thomas was arrested in Pelzer, South Carolina, by the FBI after a citizen recognized Thomas’ photograph on an Identification Order in a post offi ce. 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.
124Kenneth Ray Lawson1/4/19603/20/1960
 Due to an FBI investigation, Lawson was arrested in Laredo, Texas.
125Ted Jacob Rinehart1/25/19603/6/1960
 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.
126Charles Clyatt Rogers3/18/19605/11/1960
 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.
127Joseph Corbett, Jr.3/30/196010/29/1960
 Corbett was apprehended in Vancouver, British Columbia, by Canadian police after two Canadian citizens recognized Corbett from a November 1960 Reader’s Digest article.
128William Mason4/6/19604/27/1960
 Due to an FBI investigation, Mason was arrested in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
129Edward Reiley5/10/19605/24/1960
 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.”
130Harold Eugene Fields5/25/19609/5/1960
 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.
131Richard Peter Wagner6/23/19606/25/1960
 Wagner was arrested in Minnesota, after a citizen recognized him from a newspaper article. An expert woodsman, Wagner had been a hunting and fi shing guide at the lodge where he was captured.
132James John Warjac7/19/19607/22/1960
 Due to an FBI investigation, Warjac was arrested in Los Angeles, California.
133Ernest Tait8/16/19609/10/1960
 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.
134Clarence Leon Raby8/19/19608/28/1960
 Raby surrendered to local authorities at his parents’ home in Heiskell, Tennessee.
135Nathaniel Beans9/12/19609/30/1960
 Beans was arrested in Buffalo, New York, by a police officer who recognized him from a magazine photograph.
136Stanley William Fitzgerald9/20/19609/22/1960
 Fitzgerald was arrested in Portland, Oregon, by the FBI after a citizen recognized him from a photograph in a newspaper.
137Donald Leroy Payne10/6/196011/26/1965
 Federal process against Payne was dismissed in Houston, Texas.
138Charles Francis Higgins10/10/196010/17/1960
 Higgins was arrested in Kirkwood, Missouri, by local police after an officer recognized him from a newspaper photograph.
139Robert William Schultz, Jr.10/12/196011/4/1960
 Due to an FBI investigation, Schultz was arrested in Orlando, Florida.
140Merle Lyle Gall10/17/19601/18/1961
 Due to an FBI investigation, Gall was arrested in Scottsdale, Arizona.
141James George Economou10/31/19603/22/1961
 Economou was arrested in Los Angeles, California, after a tip from an informant.
142Ray Delano Tate11/18/196011/25/1960
 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.
143John B. Everhart11/22/196011/6/1963
 Everhart was arrested in San Francisco, California. He was taken into custody while painting a house.
144Herbert Hoover Huffman12/19/196012/29/1960
 Huffman was apprehended in Cleveland, Ohio, after a fellow worker recognized him from a Wanted Poster.
145Kenneth Eugene Cindle12/23/19604/1/1961
 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.
146Thomas Viola1/17/19613/27/1961
 Viola was arrested in Detroit, Michigan, after a citizen recognized his photo in an article in American Weekly.
147William Chester Cole2/2/19612/6/1961
 Cole surrendered to FBI Agents in Gulf Breeze, Florida. Cole said, “The ‘heat’ of the investigation was too much.”
148Willie Hughes3/15/19618/8/1961
 Hughes was arrested in Pocatello, Idaho, where he had been working as a farm laborer.
149William Terry Nichols4/6/19614/30/1962
 Nichols was arrested near Homestead, Florida, where he had started a commercial fishing business.
150George Martin Bradley, Jr.4/10/19615/1/1961
 Bradley was arrested in Davenport, Iowa, by local police officers after an attempted bank robbery. He was identified after routine fingerprinting.
151Philip Alfred LaNormandin4/17/19614/17/1961
 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.
152Kenneth Holleck Sharp5/1/19617/3/1961
 Sharp was arrested in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, after a citizen recognized his photograph in the Master Detective magazine.
153Anthony Vincent Fede5/22/196110/28/1961
 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.”
154Richard Laurence Marquette6/29/19616/30/1961
 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.
155Robert William Schuette7/19/19618/2/1961
 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.
156Chester Anderson McGonigal8/14/19618/17/1961
 McGonigal was arrested in Denver, Colorado, by the FBI after a citizen recognized his photograph in a newspaper.
157Hugh Bion Morse8/29/196110/13/1961
 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.
158John Gibson Dillon9/1/19613/2/1964
 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.
159John Robert Sawyer10/30/196111/3/1961
 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.
160Edward Wayne Edwards11/10/19611/20/1962
 Edwards was arrested in Atlanta, Georgia, by local police.
161Franklin Eugene Alltop11/22/19612/2/1962
 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.”
162Francis Laverne Brannan12/27/19611/17/1962
 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.”
163Delbert Henry Linaweaver1/30/19622/5/1962
 Linaweaver was arrested in Floydada, Texas, by the FBI after a citizen recognized him from a Wanted Flyer in a post office.
164Watson Young, Jr.2/5/19622/12/1962
 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.
165Lyndal Ray Smith2/14/19623/22/1962
 Smith surrendered in Baltimore, Maryland, as a result of television and newspaper publicity.
166Harry Robert Grove, Jr.2/19/19621/26/1963
 Grove was arrested in Uhrichsville, Ohio, by the Ohio State Highway Patrol after being observed loitering in a supermarket.
167Bobby Randell Wilcoxson2/23/196211/10/1962
 Due to an FBI investigation, Wilcoxson was arrested in Baltimore, Maryland.
168Albert Frederick Nussbaum4/2/196211/4/1962
 Nussbaum was arrested in Buffalo, New York, by the FBI after a 20-minute chase through downtown streets.
169Thomas Welton Holland5/11/19626/2/1962
 Holland was arrested in La Harpe, Kansas, by a police officer who recognized him from a Wanted Flyer.
170Edward Howard Maps6/15/196212/1/1967
 Federal process against Maps was dismissed in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
171David Stanley Jacubanis11/21/196211/29/1962
 Due to an FBI investigation, Jacubanis was arrested in Arlington, Vermont.
172John Kinchloe DeJarnette11/30/196212/3/1962
 Due to an FBI investigation, DeJarnette was arrested in Hollywood, California.
173Michael Joseph O’Connor12/13/196212/28/1962
 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.
174John Lee Taylor12/14/196212/20/1962
 Due to an FBI investigation, Taylor was arrested in Chicago, Illinois.
175Harold Thomas O’Brien1/4/19631/14/1963
 Federal process against O’Brien was dismissed by federal and local authorities in Lake City, Illinois.
176Jerry Clarence Rush1/14/19633/25/1965
 Due to an FBI investigation, Rush was arrested in Bay Harbor Islands, Florida.
177Marshall Frank Chrisman2/7/19635/21/1963
 Chrisman was arrested in Los Angeles, California, by local authorities. Apprehended after robbing a grocery store, Chrisman was identified after a routine fingerprint check.
178Howard Jay Barnard4/12/19634/6/1964
 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.
179Leroy Ambrosia Frazier6/4/19639/12/1963
 Frazier was arrested in Cleveland, Ohio, by FBI and local police after a citizen recognized Frazier from media coverage.
180Carl Close9/25/19639/26/1963
 Close was apprehended in Anderson, South Carolina, by local authorities after robbing a bank.
181Thomas Asbury Hadder10/9/19631/13/1964
 Hadder was arrested in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, by FBI Agents shortly after he registered at the Salvation Army Center under a fictitious name.
182Alfred Oponowicz11/27/196312/23/1964
 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.
183Arthur William Couts12/27/19631/30/1964
 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.
184Jesse James Gilbert1/27/19642/26/1964
 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.”
185Sammie Earl Ammons2/10/19645/15/1964
 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.
186Frank B. Dumont3/10/19644/27/1964
 Dumont was arrested in Tucson, Arizona, by local police after committing a burglary in an apartment building.
187William Beverly Hughes3/18/19644/11/1964
 Hughes was arrested in Bylas, Arizona, by the Arizona Highway Patrol after a citizen recognized him from a description reported in a newspaper article.
188Quay Cleon Kilburn3/23/19646/25/1964
 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.
189Joseph Francis Bryan, Jr.4/14/19644/28/1964
 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.
190John Robert Bailey4/22/19645/4/1964
 Bailey was arrested in Hayward, California, where he had posed as a plumber for two years.
191George Zavada5/6/19646/12/1964
 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.
192George Patrick McLaughlin5/8/19642/24/1965
 Due to an FBI investigation, McLaughlin was arrested in Dorchester, Massachusetts, in his third-floor apartment.
193Chester Collins5/14/19643/30/1967
 Federal process against Collins was dismissed in West Palm Beach, Florida, at the request of local authorities.
194Edward Newton Nivens5/28/19646/2/1964
 Nivens was arrested in Tampa, Florida, by the FBI after a citizen recognized him from a Wanted Flyer.
195Louis Frederick Vasselli6/15/19649/1/1964
 Vasselli was arrested in Calumet City, Illinois, by the FBI after an old schoolmate recognized him from a Wanted Flyer.
196Thomas Edward Galloway6/24/19647/17/1964
 Galloway was arrested at a golf course in Danville, Virginia, by the FBI after a citizen recognized him from a newspaper article.
197Alson Thomas Wahrlich7/9/196410/28/1967
 Wahrlich was arrested in Treasure Island, Florida, after a citizen recognized him from his description in Argosy magazine.
198Kenneth Malcolm Christiansen7/27/19649/8/1964
 Christiansen was arrested in Silver Spring, Maryland, by local authorities after attempting to rob a seafood restaurant.
199William Hutton Coble9/11/19643/1/1965
 Coble was arrested in Charlotte, North Carolina, by Charlotte police after an unsuccessful attempt to rob a bank.
200Lloyd Donald Greeson, Jr.9/18/19649/23/1964
 Greeson was arrested in Elsinore, California, by the Chief of Police after a citizen recognized him from a photograph on his Wanted Flyer.
201Raymond Lawrence Wyngaard 10/5/196411/28/1964
 Due to an FBI investigation, Wyngaard was arrested in a taxi cab in downtown Madison, Wisconsin.
202Norman Belyea Gorham12/10/19645/28/1965
 Gorham was arrested in Los Angeles, California, after a citizen recognized him from a television announcement.
203John William Clouser1/7/19658/1/1972
 Federal process against Clouser was dismissed in Montgomery, Alabama.
204Walter Lee Parman1/15/19651/31/1965
 Parman was arrested in Los Angeles, California, after a citizen recognized him from a newspaper article.
205Gene Thomas Webb2/11/19652/12/1965
 Webb was arrested in Chicago, Illinois, after he was recognized by FBI Agents as he walked along a road in Colonial Village.
206Samuel Jefferson Veney2/25/19653/11/1965
 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.
207Earl Veney3/5/19653/11/1965
 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.
208Donald Stewart Heien3/11/19652/3/1966
 Heien was arrested in Newton, Massachusetts, by the FBI after a citizen recognized him from media coverage.
209Arthur Pierce, Jr.3/24/19653/25/1965
 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.
210Donald Dean Rainey3/26/19656/22/1965
 Due to an FBI investigation, Rainey was arrested in Nogales, Arizona.
211Leslie Douglas Ashley4/6/19654/23/1965
 Ashley was arrested in Atlanta, Georgia, while he was working in a carnival side show.
212Charles Bryan Harris5/6/19656/17/1965
 Harris was apprehended near Fairchild, Illinois, living in an old farm house.
213William Albert Autur Tahl6/10/196511/5/1965
 Tahl was arrested in St. Louis, Missouri, by local authorities.
214Duane Earl Pope6/11/19656/11/1965
 Pope surrendered to local police in Kansas City, Missouri, shortly after he was added to the “Top Ten”list.
215Allen Wade Haugsted6/24/196512/23/1965
 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.
216Theodore Matthew Brechtel6/30/19658/16/1965
 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.”
217Robert Allen Woodford7/2/19658/5/1965
 Woodford was arrested in Seattle, Washington, by the FBI after a citizen recognized him from a Wanted Flyer.
218Warren Cleveland Osborne8/12/19659/9/1965
 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.
219Holice Paul Black8/25/196512/15/1965
 Due to an FBI investigation, Black was arrested in Miami, Florida.
220Edward Owen Watkins9/21/196512/2/1966
 Watkins was arrested in Florence, Montana. FBI Agents displayed photos of Watkins to stores selling western clothing and a salesman recognized him.
221Joel Singer11/19/196512/1/1965
 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.
222James Edward Kennedy12/8/196512/23/1965
 Kennedy was arrested in Worcester, Massachusetts, after a citizen recognized him from a newspaper article.
223Lawrence John Higgins12/14/19651/3/1966
 Higgins was arrested in Emigrant Gap, California, by California Highway Patrol Officers.
224Hoyt Bud Cobb1/6/19666/6/1966
 Cobb was arrested in Hialeah, Florida, by the FBI after a citizen recognized him from a Front Page Detective magazine article.
225James Robert Bishop1/10/19661/21/1966
 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.
226Robert Van Lewing1/12/19662/6/1967
 Lewing was arrested in Kansas City, Missouri, by the FBI after a citizen recognized him in a feature story in This Week magazine.
227Earl Ellery Wright1/14/19666/20/1966
 Due to an FBI investigation, Wright was arrested in Cleveland, Ohio.
228Jessie James Roberts, Jr.2/3/19662/8/1966
 Due to an FBI investigation, Roberts was arrested in Laredo, Texas.
229Charles Lorin Gove2/16/19662/16/1966
 Gove was arrested on Bourbon Street in the French Quarter of New Orleans, Louisiana.
230Ralph Dwayne Owen2/16/19663/11/1966
 Due to an FBI investigation, Owen was arrested in Kansas City, Missouri.
231Jimmy Lewis Parker2/25/19663/4/1966
 Due to an FBI investigation, Parker was arrested in Detroit, Michigan.
232Jack Daniel Sayadoff3/17/19663/24/1966
 Due to an FBI investigation, Sayadoff was arrested in Indianapolis, Indiana.
233Robert Clayton Buick3/24/19663/29/1966
 Buick was arrested in Pecos, Texas, by a police officer who recognized him from a Wanted Poster.
234James Vernon Taylor4/4/19664/4/1966
 Taylor was found dead in Baltimore, Maryland, by Baltimore Harbor Police.
235Lynwood Irwin Mears4/11/19665/2/1967
 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.
236James Robert Ringrose4/15/19663/29/1967
 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.”
237Walter Leonard Lesczynski6/16/19669/9/1966
 Due to an FBI investigation, Lesczynski was arrested in Chicago, Illinois.
238Donald Rogers Smelley6/30/196611/7/1966
 Due to an FBI investigation, Smelley was arrested in Hollywood, California.
239George Ben Edmondson9/21/19666/28/1967
 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.
240Everett Leroy Biggs11/21/196612/1/1966
 Due to an FBI investigation, Biggs was arrested in Broomfield, Colorado.
241Gene Robert Jennings12/15/19662/14/1967
 Jennings was arrested in Atlantic City, New Jersey, by the FBI after a citizen recognized him from an article in The Week magazine.
242Clarence Wilbert McFarland12/22/19664/4/1967
 McFarland was arrested in Baltimore, Maryland, by Baltimore Police as a burglary suspect. He was identified from his fingerprints.
243Monroe Hickson2/17/19671/30/1968
 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.
244Clyde Edward Laws2/28/19675/18/1967
 Laws was arrested in Raytown, Missouri, through cooperation of a relative.
245Charles Edward Ervin4/13/19677/25/1967
 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.
246Gordon Dale Ervin4/13/19676/7/1969
 Ervin was arrested in Winnipeg, Canada, by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police nearly two years after his brother, Charles Edward Ervin (245).
247Thomas Franklin Dorman4/20/19675/20/1967
 Dorman was arrested in Grantsburg, Indiana, by the FBI aided by local and state police.
248Jerry Lynn Young5/12/19676/15/1967
 Young was arrested in Akron, Ohio, by FBI Agents and local authorities.
249Joseph Leroy Newman6/2/19676/29/1967
 Due to an FBI investigation, Newman was arrested in Jersey City, New Jersey.
250Carmen Raymond Gagliardi6/9/196712/23/1968
 Gagliardi was arrested in Medford, Massachusetts, in his mother’s home.
251Donald Richard Bussmeyer6/28/19678/24/1967
 Bussmeyer was arrested in Upland, California, clad only in shorts. A tattoo on his chest “Don Bussmeyer Loves Joyce,” gave away his identity.
252Florencio Lopez Mationg7/1/19677/16/1967
 Due to an FBI investigation, Mationg was arrested in Los Angeles, California, with his partner Victor Jerald Bono (253).
253Victor Jerald Bono7/1/19677/16/1967
 Due to an FBI investigation, Bono was arrested in Los Angeles, California, with his partner Florencio Lopez Mationg (252).
254Alfred Johnson Cooper, Jr.7/27/19679/8/1967
 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.
255John D. Slaton8/2/196712/1/1967
 Due to an FBI investigation, Slaton was arrested in Harquahala Valley, Arizona.
256Jerry Ray James8/16/19671/24/1968
 James was arrested in Tucson, Arizona, by FBI Agents and local police. His partner, Donald Eugene Sparks (259), was arrested with him.
257Richard Paul Anderson9/7/19671/19/1968
 Anderson was arrested in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, by Canadian Police.
258Henry Theodore Young9/21/19671/9/1968
 Young was arrested in Kansas City, Missouri, after a citizen recognized him from an article in Inside Detective magazine.
259Donald Eugene Sparks11/13/19671/24/1968
 Sparks was arrested in Tucson, Arizona, by FBI Agents and local police. His partner, Jerry Ray James (256), was arrested with him.
260Zelma Lavone King12/14/19671/30/1968
 Due to an FBI investigation, King was arrested in Phoenix, Arizona.
261Jerry Reece Peacock12/14/19673/5/1968
 Due to an FBI investigation, Peacock was arrested in Mesquite, Nevada.
262Ronald Eugene Storck1/19/19682/29/1968
 Due to an FBI investigation, Storck was arrested in Honolulu, Hawaii.
263Robert Leon McCain1/31/19682/23/1968
 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.
264William Garrin Allen, II2/9/19683/23/1968
 Due to an FBI investigation, Allen was arrested in Brooklyn, New York.
265Charles Lee Herron2/9/19686/18/1986
 Due to an FBI investigation, Herron was arrested in Jacksonville, Florida.
266Leonard Daniel Spears2/13/19683/2/1968
 Due to an FBI investigation, Spears was arrested in Tampa, Florida.
267William Howard Bornman2/13/19682/13/1968
 Due to an FBI investigation, Bornman was arrested in Covington, Kentucky.
268John Conway Patterson2/26/19683/17/1968
 Patterson was arrested in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, by local police and his identity was confirmed by fingerprints.
269Troy Denver Martin3/9/19683/19/1968
 Martin was arrested in Seattle, Washington, after an employment agency manager recognized him from his Identification Order.
270George Benjamin Williams3/18/19685/26/1968
 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.
271Michael John Sanders3/21/19684/8/1968
 Due to an FBI investigation, Sanders was arrested in New York, New York.
272Howard Callens Johnson3/21/19684/24/1968
 Johnson was arrested in Louisville, Kentucky, after a citizen recognized him from a Wanted Poster.
273George Edward Wells3/28/19685/27/1969
 Wells was arrested outside a motel in South Point, Ohio, by FBI Agents.
274David Evans4/3/19684/26/1968
 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.
275Franklin Allen Paris4/9/19685/21/1968
 Due to an FBI investigation, Paris was arrested in Lakehead, California.
276David Stuart Neff4/18/19684/25/1968
 Due to an FBI investigation, Neff was arrested in Brooklyn, New York.
277James Earl Ray4/20/19686/8/1968
 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.
278John Wesley Shannon, Jr.5/7/19686/5/1968
 Shannon was arrested in Camden, New Jersey, by FBI Agents and local police.
279Taylor Morris Teaford5/10/19685/24/1972
 Federal process against Teaford was dismissed in Fresno, California.
280Phillip Morris Jones6/5/19686/26/1968
 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.
281George Michael Gentile6/18/196812/17/1968
 Gentile was arrested in New York, New York, by local police.
282Johnny Ray Smith6/20/19686/24/1968
 Smith was arrested in Ocean Springs, Mississippi, after a citizen recognized him from a newspaper article.
283Byron James Rice7/5/196810/2/1972
 Rice surrendered to the Chicago, Illinois, FBI Field Office following intensive FBI investigative pressure on his acquaintances.
284Robert Leroy Lindblad7/11/196810/7/1968
 Lindblad surrendered to the District Attorney of Lyon County, Nevada, in Yerington, Nevada.
285James Joseph Scully7/15/19687/23/1968
 Scully was arrested in Arcadia, California, by FBI Agents and local police.
286Billy Ray White8/13/19688/17/1968
 White was arrested in Wood River, Illinois, after a citizen recognized him from an article in the St. Louis Globe-Democrat newspaper.
287Frederick Rudolph Yokom8/29/19689/6/1968
 Yokom was arrested in Wood River, Illinois, after a citizen recognized him.
288Harold James Evans9/19/19681/2/1969
 Due to an FBI investigation, Evans was arrested in Chicago, Illinois.
289Robert Lee Carr10/18/196811/4/1968
 Carr was arrested in South Gate, California, after a citizen recognized him from a Wanted Flyer.
290Levi Washington11/15/196812/5/1968
 Washington was arrested in Jackson, Michigan, for a local bank robbery. A fingerprint comparison revealed his true identity.
291Richard Lee Tingler, Jr.12/20/19685/19/1969
 Tingler was arrested near Dill City, Oklahoma, by FBI Agents and local officers.
292Gary Steven Krist12/20/196812/22/1968
 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.
293Ruth Eisemann-Schier12/28/19683/5/1969
 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.
294Baltazar Garcia Estolas1/3/19699/3/1969
 Estolas was arrested in Langtry, Texas, after a citizen recognized him from television publicity.
295Billie Austin Bryant1/8/19691/8/1969
 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.
296Billy Len Schales1/27/19691/30/1969
 Schales was arrested in Bossier City, Louisiana, after a citizen recognized him from a newspaper article in the Shreveport Times.
297Thomas James Lucas2/13/19692/26/1969
 Lucas was arrested in Washington, D.C., after a citizen recognized him from a Wanted Flyer.
298Warren David Reddock3/11/19694/14/1971
 Reddock was arrested in Pacifi ca, California, after a citizen recognized him from a magazine article.
299George Edward Blue3/20/19693/28/1969
 Due to an FBI investigation, Blue was arrested in Chicago, Illinois.
300Cameron David Bishop4/15/19693/12/1975
 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.
301Marie Dean Arrington 5/29/196912/22/1971
 Arrington was arrested in New Orleans, Louisiana, by FBI Agents.
302Benjamin Hoskin Paddock6/10/19695/5/1977
 Paddock was removed from the list when it was felt he no longer fit the “Top Ten” criteria.
303Francis Leroy Hohimer6/20/196912/20/1969
 Hohimer was arrested in Greenwich, Connecticut, through citizen cooperation.
304Joseph Lloyd Thomas9/12/19693/8/1970
 Due to an FBI investigation, Thomas was arrested in Peoria, Illinois. Thomas is one of six peopleadded to the “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list twice. He was also #123 on the list.
305James John Byrnes1/6/19704/17/1970
 Due to an FBI investigation, Byrnes was arrested in Huntington Beach, California.
306Edmund James Devlin3/20/19708/15/1970
 Due to an FBI investigation, Devlin was arrested in Manchester, New Hampshire.
307Lawrence Robert Plamondon5/5/19707/23/1970
 Plamondon was arrested in Mackinac County, Michigan, after being stopped by state police when an occupant of his van threw a can out of the van window. A routine license plate check identified Plamondon.
308Hubert Geroid Brown5/6/197010/16/1971
 During an armed robbery, Brown was captured in New York, New York, after being seriously wounded in a gunfight with local police.
309Angela Yvonne Davis8/18/70 10/13/70
 Due to an FBI investigation, Davis was arrested in a motel room in New York, New York.
310Dwight Alan Armstrong9/4/19704/1/1976
 Armstrong was removed from the list when it was felt he no longer fit the “Top Ten” criteria.
311Karleton Lewis Armstrong9/4/19702/17/1972
 Armstrong was apprehended in Toronto, Canada, by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
312David Sylvan Fine9/4/19701/8/1976
 Due to an FBI investigation, Fine was arrested in San Rafael, California.
313Leo Frederick Burt9/4/19704/7/1976
 Burt was removed from the list when it was felt he no longer fit the “Top Ten” criteria. He is still an FBI fugitive.
314Bernardine Rae Dohrn10/14/197012/7/1973
 Federal process against Dohrn was dismissed in Chicago, Illinois.
315Katherine Ann Power10/17/19706/15/1984
 Power was removed from the list when it was felt she no longer fi t the “Top Ten” criteria. However, she remained at large until she surrendered to local authorities in Oregon in 1993.
316Susan Edith Saxe10/17/19703/27/1975
 Saxe was arrested in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, after a Philadelphia police officer recognized her from a photo distributed by the FBI the same day.
317Mace Brown10/20/19724/18/1973
 Brown was killed in New York, New York, by police officers during an alleged bank robbery attempt in which the bank robbers took hostages.
318Herman Bell5/9/19739/2/1973
 Bell was arrested in New Orleans, Louisiana, by FBI and local officers.
319Twymon Ford Myers9/28/197311/14/1973
 Myers was killed in the Bronx section of New York City, during a shootout with the FBI and the New York Police Department.
320Ronald Harvey12/7/19733/27/1974
 Due to an FBI investigation, Harvey was arrested in Chicago, Illinois.
321Samuel Richard Christian12/7/197312/11/1973
 Due to an FBI investigation, Christian was arrested in Detroit, Michigan.
322Rudolph Alonza Turner1/10/197410/1/1974
 Turner was arrested in Jacksonville, Florida, by FBI Agents. He told arresting agents, “I knew you’d get me sooner or later.”
323Larry Gene Cole4/2/19744/3/1974
 Cole was apprehended near Buffalo, New York. When Cole was first approached, he claimed to be a special investigator from the Department of Justice.
324James Ellsworth Jones4/16/19746/15/1974
 Jones was arrested in Coral Gables, Florida, after an off-duty police officer recognized Jones from an FBI Wanted Notice in the police department.
325Lendell Hunter6/27/19747/31/1974
 Due to an FBI investigation, Hunter was arrested in Des Moines, Iowa.
326John Edward Copeland, Jr.8/15/19747/23/1975
 Due to citizen cooperation, Copeland was apprehended in Dorchester, Massachusetts, after riding his bicycle home.
327Melvin Dale Walker10/16/197411/9/1974
 Walker was apprehended in Virginia Beach, Virginia, after entering a house staked out by FBI Agents. He attempted to escape by car but was arrested.
328Thomas Otis Knight12/12/197412/31/1974
 Knight was arrested in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. Though heavily armed and barricaded behind a door in a rooming house, he was overwhelmed by the FBI SWAT Team.
329Billy Dean Anderson1/21/19757/7/1979
 Anderson was arrested in Pall Mall, Tennessee, during a shootout. The lead was based on information from an informant known as “Mountain Man.”
330Robert Gerald Davis4/4/19758/5/1977
 Due to an FBI investigation, Davis was arrested in Venice, California.
331Richard Dean Holtan4/18/19757/12/1975
 Holtan surrendered to local authorities in Kauai, Hawaii.
332Richard Bernard Lindhorst, Jr.8/4/19758/7/1975
 Lindhorst was arrested in Pensacola, Florida, by FBI Agents and local police.
333William Lewis Herron, Jr.8/15/197510/30/1975
 Due to an FBI investigation, Herron was arrested in Peoria, Illinois.
334James Winston Smallwood8/29/197512/5/1975
 Smallwood was arrested in Landover, Maryland, after being located in the trunk of a vehicle used in a bank robbery in Maryland.
335Leonard Peltier12/22/19752/6/1976
 Peltier was arrested in Hinton, Alberta, Canada, by Royal Canadian Mounted Police. He was indicted for the murders of two FBI Special Agents, Jack R. Coler and Ronald A. Williams.
336Patrick James Huston3/3/197612/7/1977
 Due to an FBI investigation, Huston was arrested in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
337Thomas Edward Bethea3/5/19765/4/1976
 Bethea was arrested in the Islands of the Bahamas by Bahamian authorities, returned to the United States and arrested by the FBI upon his arrival in Miami, Florida.
338Anthony Michael Juliano3/15/19763/22/1976
 Juliano was arrested in Mecklenburg County, Virginia, after a meter maid recognized him in a parked car.
339Joseph Maurice McDonald4/1/19769/15/1982
 McDonald was arrested in Penn Station in New York, New York, by local police.
340James Ray Renton4/7/19765/9/1977
 Due to an FBI investigation, Renton was arrested in Aurora, Colorado.
341Nathaniel Doyle, Jr.4/29/19767/15/1976
 Doyle was killed in a gun battle with local police in Seattle, Washington.
342Morris Lynn Johnson5/25/19766/26/1976
 Johnson was taken into custody in New Orleans, Louisiana, after trying to run away along a canal bank.
343Richard Joseph Picariello7/29/197610/21/1976
 Due to an FBI investigation, Picariello was arrested in Fall River, Massachusetts.
344Edward Patrick Gullion, Jr.8/13/197610/22/1976
 Due to an FBI investigation, Gullion was arrested in Providence, Rhode Island, where he was employed at a jewelry store.
345Gerhardt Julius Schwartz11/18/197611/22/1976
 Schwartz was arrested in the Bronx section of New York City, after the police received a tip from a telephone call from New Rochelle, New York.
346Francis John Martin12/17/19762/17/1977
 Martin was arrested in Newport Beach, California, after a tip from a telephone call.
347Benjamin George Pavan1/12/19772/17/1977
 Pavan was arrested in Seattle, Washington, after a tip from a telephone call.
348Larry Gene Campbell3/18/19779/6/1977
 Campbell was arrested in Atlanta, Georgia, after a neighbor recognized him from a Wanted Flyer in the local post office.
349Roy Ellsworth Smith3/18/19776/2/1977
 Smith was found dead in Perry Township, Ohio, by the Lake County Sheriff’s Department of Painesville, Ohio. He had committed suicide by hanging.
350Raymond Luc Levasseur5/5/197711/4/1984
 Levasseur was arrested in Deerfield, Ohio, by FBI Agents. He was driving in his car with his common-law wife and their three children.
351James Earl Ray6/11/19776/13/1977
 Ray was apprehended in Brushy Mountain, Tennessee. Using bloodhounds, the prison authorities found Ray hiding beneath some leaves in a wooded area. Ray is one of six people added to the “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list twice. He was also #277 on the list.
352Willie Foster Sellers6/14/19776/20/1979
 Sellers was arrested in Atlanta, Georgia, upon his arrival at the Delta Airlines freight dock.
353Larry Smith7/15/19778/20/1977
 Smith was arrested in Toronto, Canada, by the Metropolitan Toronto, Ontario, Canada Police Force. He was pulled over for illegally driving past a street car’s open door. Smith was identified by his fingerprints and delivered to American authorities.
354Ralph Robert Cozzolino10/19/19771/6/1978
 Due to an FBI investigation, Cozzolino was arrested in Jonesboro, Georgia.
355Millard Oscar Hubbard10/19/197710/21/1977
 Hubbard was arrested in Lexington, Kentucky, after a tip was received from area residents.
356Carlos Alberto Torres10/19/19774/4/1980
 A car rental agency reported a stolen van to the police. Torres was arrested in Evanston, Illinois, after area residents noticed a suspicious van parked in the neighborhood and contacted the police.
357Enrique Estrada12/5/197712/8/1977
 Estrada was arrested in Bakersfield, California, by the Narcotics Task Force of the Kern County Sheriff’s Office. Narcotics officers had been following a suspect known as “Hank” and, after seeing Wanted Flyers, realized he was Estrada.
358William David Smith2/10/197810/27/1978
 Smith was arrested in Chicago, Illinois, due to a telephone tip.
359Gary Ronald Warren2/10/19785/12/1978
 Due to an FBI investigation, Warren was arrested in Cumberland, Maryland, by FBI Agents and local police.
360Theodore Robert Bundy2/10/19782/15/1978
 Bundy was arrested in Pensacola, Florida, by local police after he was stopped for speeding while driving a stolen vehicle.
361Andrew Evan Gipson3/27/19785/24/1978
 Due to an FBI investigation, Gipson was arrested in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
362Anthony Dominic Liberatore5/26/19784/1/1979
 Liberatore was arrested in Eastlake, Ohio, by FBI Agents and local police. He was in bed alone in a house considered “safe” by organized crime in the area.
363Michael George Thevis7/10/197811/9/1978
 Thevis, called “The King of Pornography,” was arrested in Bloomfield, Connecticut, by FBI Agents and local police.
364Charles Everett Hughes11/19/19784/29/1981
 Hughes was arrested in Myrtle, Mississippi, by FBI Agents and local police while working in a car repair shop.
365Ronald Lee Lyons12/17/19789/10/1979
 Lyons was arrested in Hungry Valley, Nevada, by FBI Agents and the Washoe County Sheriff’s Department.
366Leo Joseph Koury4/20/19796/16/1991
 Koury was found dead in San Diego, California.
367John William Sherman8/3/197912/17/1981
 Sherman was arrested in Golden, Colorado, while he was getting into his car outside his residence.
368Melvin Bay Guyon8/10/19798/16/1979
 After a short gun battle with the FBI in Youngstown, Ohio, in which FBI Special Agent Johnnie L. Oliver was killed, Guyon surrendered at Southside General Hospital where he was seeking medical attention.
369George Alvin Bruton9/28/197912/14/1979
 Due to an FBI investigation, Bruton was arrested at Ft. Smith, Arkansas.
370Earl Edwin Austin10/12/19793/1/1980
 While robbing a bank while armed, Austin bragged of being a “Top Tenner.” He was later arrested in his apartment in Tucson, Arizona.
371Vincent James Russo12/24/19791/4/1985
 Due to an FBI investigation, Russo was arrested at his home in Beaver Falls, Idaho.
372Albert Victory3/14/19802/24/1981
 New York State Police traced Victory to Lafayette, California. With the assistance of the Drug Enforcement Administration, Victory was arrested at his home.
373Ronald Turney Williams4/16/19806/8/1981
 Williams was arrested at a stakeout at the George Washington Hotel in New York, New York. He was shot and wounded by an FBI Agent.
374Daniel Jay Barney3/10/19814/19/1981
 Barney took four hostages in a condominium in Denver, Colorado. After two escaped and the police negotiated the release of the other two hostages, Barney killed himself.
375Donald Eugene Webb5/4/19813/31/2007
 Webb is wanted in connection with the murder of a Saxonburg, Pennsylvania, police chief. Webb was removed from the “Top Ten” list because he no longer fit the stated criteria. He remains a fugitive.
376Gilbert James Everett5/13/19818/12/1985
 Due to an FBI investigation, Everett was arrested in Bismarck, Arkansas, by local police.
377Leslie Nichols7/2/198112/17/1981
 Nichols was arrested in his apartment in Los Angeles, California, by FBI Agents and local police.
378Thomas William Manning1/29/19824/24/1985
 Due to an FBI investigation, Manning was arrested in Norfolk, Virginia.
379David Fountain Kimberly, Jr.1/29/19827/8/1982
 Kimberly was arrested in Matecumbe Key, Florida, by FBI Agents. At the time of arrest, he was armed with a loaded .38 caliber weapon tucked in his waistband. The arrest occurred without incident.
380Mutulu Shakur7/23/19822/12/1986
 Due to an FBI investigation, Shakur was arrested in Los Angeles, California.
381Charles Edward Watson10/22/198210/25/1983
 Watson was arrested in Slatington, Pennsylvania, while leaving his residence.
382Laney Gibson, Jr.11/16/198312/18/1983
 Gibson was arrested in Montgomery, Alabama, at a suburban motel.
383George Clarence Bridgette1/10/19841/30/1984
 Bridgette was arrested in Miami, Florida, after a citizen recognized his photo from an Identification Order in a post office.
384Samuel Marks Humphrey2/29/19843/22/1984
 Due to an FBI investigation, Humphrey was arrested in Portland, Oregon.
385Christopher Bernard Wilder4/5/19844/13/1984
 In Colebrook, New Hampshire, State Police attempted to arrest Wilder and a gun battle ensued. Wilder died of gunshot wounds.
386Victor Manuel Gerena5/14/1984still on list
 Gerena is wanted in connection with the 1983 armed robbery of approximately $7 million from a security company in West Hartford, Connecticut.
387Wai-Chiu Ng6/15/198410/4/1984
 Ng was arrested in Calgary, Alberta, Canada by Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
388Alton Coleman7/11/19847/20/1984
 Coleman was arrested in Evanston, Illinois, by local police due to citizen cooperation.
389Cleveland McKinley Davis10/24/19841/25/1985
 Due to an FBI investigation, Davis was arrested in New York, New York, by FBI Agents and local police.
390Carmine John Persico1/31/19852/15/1985
 Due to an FBI investigation, Persico was arrested in Wantagh, New York, by FBI Agents.
391Lohman Ray Mays, Jr.2/15/19859/23/1985
 Mays was arrested in Cheyenne, Wyoming, by local police.
392Charles Earl Hammond3/14/19858/4/1986
 Federal process against Hammond was dismissed in Kansas City, Missouri.
393Michael Frederic Allen Hammond3/14/19858/4/1986
 Federal process against Hammond was dismissed in Kansas City, Missouri.
394Robert Henry Nicolaus6/28/19857/20/1985
 Nicolaus was arrested in York, Pennsylvania, after a citizen recognized his photo on an Identification Order at a post office.
395David Jay Sterling9/30/19852/13/1986
 Sterling was arrested after being pulled over in a routine traffic stop near Covington, Louisiana, by local police.
396Richard Joseph Scutari9/30/19853/19/1986
 Scutari was arrested in San Antonio, Texas, by FBI Agents.
397Joseph William Dougherty11/6/198512/19/1986
 Dougherty was arrested by FBI Agents in Antioch, California, outside a local laundromat.
398Brian Patrick Malverty3/28/19864/7/1986
 Malverty was arrested in San Diego, California, after a citizen recognized his photo on an Identification Order at a post office.
399Billy Ray Waldon5/16/19866/16/1986
 Waldon was arrested in San Diego, California, after local police attempted to pull him over for a routine traffic citation.
400Claude Lafayette Dallas, Jr.5/16/19863/8/1987
 Dallas was arrested in Riverside, California, by FBI Agents while leaving a convenience store.
401Donald Keith Williams 7/18/19868/20/1986
 Williams was arrested in Los Angeles, California, by FBI Agents through assistance by a concerned citizen.
402Terry Lee Conner8/8/198612/9/1986
 Conner was arrested in Arlington Heights, Illinois, by the U.S. Marshals Service and the FBI.
403Fillmore Raymond Cross, Jr.8/8/198612/23/1986
 Cross surrendered voluntarily to the FBI in San Francisco, California.
404James Wesley Dyess9/29/19863/16/1988
 Dyess was arrested in Los Angeles, California, when he was stopped on a routine traffic violation and recognized by a Los Angeles Police Officer.
405Danny Michael Weeks9/29/19863/20/1988
 Weeks was arrested at his son’s home in Seattle, Washington, by an FBI Task Force.
406Mike Wayne Jackson10/1/198610/2/1986
 Jackson died in Wright City, Missouri, from a self-inflicted shotgun wound.
407Thomas George Harrelson11/28/19862/19/1987
 Harrelson was arrested in Drayton, North Dakota, while trying to flee the scene of a bank robbery.
408Robert Alan Litchfield1/20/19875/20/1987
 Litchfield was arrested at Lake Tahoe in Zephyr Cove, Nevada, by FBI Agents in close cooperation with the U.S. Marshals Service and the sheriff’s office.
409David James Roberts4/27/19872/11/1988
 Roberts was arrested in Staten Island, New York, in an apartment after hiding for four days. His arrest was due to an FBI investigation and citizen information. He had also seen himself on the America’s Most Wanted program.
410Ronald Glyn Triplett4/27/19875/16/1987
 Due to an FBI investigation, Triplett was arrested in Tempe, Arizona.
411Claude Daniel Marks5/22/198712/6/1994
 Marks, along with his partner, Willmott (412), surrendered in Chicago, Illinois.
412Donna Jean Willmott5/22/198712/6/1994
 Willmott, along with her partner, Marks (411), surrendered in Chicago, Illinois.
413Darren Dee O’Neall6/25/198710/25/1987
 O’Neall was arrested in Lakeland, Florida, by the Lakeland Police Department on auto theft charges. When his fingerprints were compared to those on record, he was identified.
414Louis Ray Beam, Jr.7/14/198711/6/1987
 Beam was found at home with his wife in Guadalajara, Mexico. During the arrest, Beam’s wife opened fire and critically injured a Mexican police officer.
415Ted Jeffery Otsuki1/20/19889/4/1988
 Otsuki was arrested in Guadalajara, Mexico, by Mexican Federal Judicial Police and the FBI who set up a surveillance team and waited for him at his apartment.
416Pedro Luis Estrada4/15/198810/1/1989
 Estrada was arrested by FBI Agents at his home in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. He had been featured on America’s Most Wanted which received information leading to his arrest.
417John Edward Stevens5/29/198811/30/1988
 Stevens was arrested by FBI Agents in Warren County, Ohio. He was found in a motel with his girlfriend.
418Jack Darrell Farmer5/29/19886/1/1988
 Farmer was arrested in Lantana, Florida, after being featured on America’s Most Wanted. He was recognized by a co-worker who called into the show’s tip line.
419Roger Lee Jones5/29/19883/4/1989
 Jones was arrested in Butte, Montana, by the Butte Silver Bow Sheriff’s Department. A tip from the America’s Most Wanted television program led the FBI to Jones.
420Terry Lee Johnson6/12/19888/17/1988
 Johnson was arrested in San Diego, California, by San Diego Police after being injured in a car chase. Johnson was held in custody in a hospital for the FBI.
421Stanley Faison11/27/198812/24/1988
 Faison was arrested in Detroit, Michigan, by FBI and local police. He had been featured on America’s Most Wanted which received information leading to his arrest.
422Steven Ray Stout11/27/198812/6/1988
 Stout was arrested by FBI Agents in Gulfport, Mississippi. A tip from the America’s Most Wanted television program led the FBI to Stout.
423Armando Garcia1/8/19891/18/1994
 Garcia was arrested by Colombian authorities in Cali, Colombia. A tip from the America’s Most Wanted television program led international law enforcement authorities to Garcia.
424Melvin Edward Mays2/7/19893/9/1995
 Mays was arrested by the FBI’s Chicago Joint Terrorism Task Force in Chicago, Illinois.
425Bobby Gene Dennie2/24/198910/28/1989
 Dennie was arrested in Lake Wales, Florida, by FBI Agents and Polk County detectives due to information received after being featured on Unsolved Mysteries.
426Costabile “Gus” Farace3/17/198911/17/1989
 Farace was shot and killed by an unknown assailant in Brooklyn, New York.
427Arthur Lee Washington, Jr.10/18/198912/27/2000
 Washington is wanted in connection with the attempted murder of a New Jersey State Trooper. Washington was removed from the “Top Ten” list because he no longer fit the stated criteria. He remains a fugitive.
428Lee Nell Carter11/19/198911/20/1989
 Carter was arrested in Detroit, Michigan, by FBI Agents and Detroit police. Citizens recognized him during a broadcast of America’s Most Wanted.
429Wardell David Ford12/20/19899/17/1990
 Ford was arrested by FBI Agents in Groton, Connecticut. A tip from the America’s Most Wanted television program led the FBI to Ford.
430Leslie Isben Rogge1/24/19905/19/1996
 Rogge surrendered to the FBI at the United States Embassy in Guatemala City, Guatemala, after an individual saw his photo on the FBI’s website and notified authorities. Tips from America’s Most Wanted also contributed to his arrest.
431Kenneth Robert Stanton10/24/199010/31/1990
 Stanton was arrested in South Carolina by FBI Agents and York County Sheriff’s Department Officers. A tip from the Unsolved Mysteries television program led authorities to Stanton.
432Patrick Michael Mitchell11/23/19902/22/1994
 Mitchell was arrested in Southaven, Mississippi, just after he robbed a bank.
433Jon Preston Settle8/9/19918/6/1991
 Settle was arrested in Los Angeles, California, after receiving tips from citizens. His arrest occurred prior to the “Top Ten” press release date.
434Robert Michael Allen9/13/199112/23/1992
 Allen was found dead. His remains were discovered in the California desert by three hikers.
435Mir Aimal Kansi2/9/19936/17/1997
 Kansi was taken into custody in Pakistan, and then turned over to United States authorities to stand trial in America.
436Ramzi Ahmed Yousef4/21/19932/7/1995
 Yousef was apprehended in Pakistan. He was convicted of the 1993 bombing of New York’s World Trade Center building.
437Joseph Martin Luther Gardner5/25/199410/19/1994
 Gardner was arrested in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, by FBI Agents, Philadelphia Police Officers and the Pennsylvania State Police.
438Gary Ray Bowles11/19/199411/22/1994
 Bowles was arrested in Jacksonville Beach, Florida, by the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office. Picked up for questioning in a local murder investigation, Bowles confessed to his identity which was confirmed by fingerprint identification.
439Gerald Keith Watkins3/4/19955/5/1995
 Watkins was apprehended in an apartment in Harlem by FBI Agents, the New York City Police and representatives from the New York State Parole Office.
440Juan Garcia-Abrego3/9/19951/15/1996
 Garcia-Abrego was arrested in Monterrey, Mexico, by Mexican authorities. He was expelled under Mexican law by the government of Mexico to Texas, where he was taken into federal custody.
441Abdel Bassett Ali Al-Megrahi3/23/19954/5/1999
 Al-Megrahi, along with Lamen Fhimah (442), was taken into custody in Holland after surrendering to Libyan authorities.
442Lamen Khalifa Fhimah3/23/19954/5/1999
 Fhimah, along with Abdel Al-Megrahi (441), was taken into custody in Holland after surrendering to Libyan authorities.
443O’Neil Vassell7/15/199510/16/1996
 Vassell was apprehended inside an apartment in Brooklyn, New York, by FBI Agents and local police working closely with the Connecticut Fugitive Task Force.
444Rickey Allen Bright12/15/19951/7/1996
 Bright was arrested in Nashville, Tennessee, by FBI Agents after receiving tips from a viewer of America’s Most Wanted.
445Agustin Vasquez-Mendoza8/3/19967/9/2000
 Vasquez-Mendoza was arrested without incident in Mexico as a result of international law enforcement cooperation.
446Thang Thanh Nguyen8/3/19961/6/1998
 Nguyen was taken into custody in Bac Lieu province by the People’s Police of Vietnam. He was transported to Bangkok, Thailand, and turned over to FBI Agents.
447Glen Stewart Godwin12/7/19965/19/2016
 In March, 1981, Godwin was convicted of murder and robbery, and sentenced to life imprisonment. He escaped from Folsom State Prison in California and fled to Mexico where he was arrested and convicted of trafficking in cocaine. On September 26, 1991, Godwin escaped from Jalisco State Penitentiary shortly before his scheduled release to U.S. authorities. Godwin was removed from the "Top Ten" list after it was determined that he no longer fit "Top Ten" criteria.
448David Alex Alvarez12/14/19965/20/1997
 Alvarez was arrested in Tijuana, Mexico, by Mexican law enforcement authorities.
449Andrew Phillip Cunanan6/12/19977/24/1997
 Cunanan was found dead in a boathouse in North Miami Beach, Florida.
450Paul Ragusa9/6/19971/30/1998
 Ragusa surrendered to authorities in New York, New York.
451Ramon Eduardo Arellano-Felix9/24/19973/25/2002
 Arellano-Felix was killed during a gunfight with Mexican police in Mazatlan, Mexico. DNA later confirmed his identity.
452Tony Ray Amati2/21/19982/27/1998
 Amati was arrested by FBI Agents in Marietta, Georgia. A tip from the America’s Most Wanted television program led the FBI to Amati.
453Harry Joseph Bowman3/14/19986/7/1999
 Bowman was arrested at a residence in Sterling Heights, Michigan, by FBI Agents and local police. A tip from the America’s Most Wanted television program led to the arrest of Bowman.
454Eric Robert Rudolph5/5/19985/31/2003
 Rudolph was arrested in Murphy, North Carolina, when a local Sheriff’s Deputy saw him going through a dumpster.
455James Charles Kopp6/7/19993/29/2001
 Kopp was arrested without incident outside of a post office while awaiting the arrival of a package in Danon, France.
456Usama Bin Laden6/7/19995/1/2011
 Bin Laden was wanted in connection with the 1998 bombings of the United States Embassies in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania and Nairobi, Kenya. These attacks killed over 200 people. Bin Laden was shot and killed during a US Government/Military operation in Pakistan.
457Rafael Resendez-Ramirez6/21/19997/13/1999
 Resendez-Ramirez was arrested in Houston, Texas, due to the national response of the news media, as newspapers, television and radio gave massive coverage to track down Ramirez.
458James J. Bulger8/19/19996/22/2011
 Bulger, and his girlfriend Catherine Greig, were arrested in their residence in Santa Monica, California, as a result of citizen cooperation after a major media campaign.
459Jesse James Caston8/19/200012/20/2000
 Caston was arrested in Lake Providence, Louisiana, by FBI and local authorities after barricading himself inside a residence.
460Eric Franklin Rosser12/27/20008/21/2001
 Rosser was arrested in Bangkok, Thailand, after arriving at his English Teacher’s certification class. A tip from the America’s Most Wanted television program led the FBI to Rosser.
461Aurlieas Dame McClarty2/24/20012/14/2001
 McClarty was arrested in Irmo, South Carolina, as he left a residence there. He was actually arrested before his addition to the “Top Ten” list was announced to the public.
462Hopeton Eric Brown3/17/20013/23/2004
 Brown died during a gunfi re exchange with the Jamaica Constabulary Force during a routine homicide investigation in Montego Bay, Jamaica.
463Maghfoor Mansoor5/23/20015/11/2001
 Mansoor was shot and killed in the lobby of the hotel in which he was hiding in New York, New York. A taxi driver alerted law enforcement authorities to the hotel in which Mansoor was staying. He was actually located before his addition to the “Top Ten” list was announced to the public.
464Francis William Murphy6/6/20015/20/2001
 Murphy was arrested without incident in the attic of the house in which he was hiding in Buffalo, New York. An informant gave information to law enforcement authorities regarding Murphy’s whereabouts. He was actually arrested before his addition to the “Top Ten” list was announced to the public.
465Dwight Bowen8/30/20018/22/2001
 Bowen was arrested without incident as he left his job with a roofing company in Richmond, Virginia. He was actually arrested before his addition to the “Top Ten” list was announced to the public.
466Nikolay Soltys8/23/20018/30/2001
 Soltys was arrested in Sacramento, California, after he was found hiding in the backyard of his mother’s residence. A relative called in a tip to authorities telling them where Soltys was hiding.
467Clayton Lee Waagner9/21/200112/5/2001
 Waagner was arrested in Springdale, Ohio. A clerk at a Kinko’s Copy Center recognized him from a photo on a wanted poster and called police. Waagner was arrested after a short struggle in the parking lot outside the Kinko’s Copy Center.
468Felix Summers10/30/200112/13/2001
 Summers was arrested without incident in an apartment building in Camden, New Jersey.
469Christian Michael Longo1/11/20021/13/2002
 Longo was arrested without incident by FBI and local Mexican authorities at a campground outside of Tulum, Mexico. Upon their return from a vacation in Mexico, two Canadian citizens saw the Top Ten publicity on Longo and recognized him from their trip.
470Michael Scott Bliss1/31/20024/23/2002
 Bliss was arrested at a hotel in Los Angeles, California. A tip from the America’s Most Wanted television program led the FBI to Bliss.
471James Spencer Springette4/25/200211/5/2002
 Springette was arrested during a traffic stop in Caracas, Venezuela, by Venezuelan law enforcement authorities.
472Ruben Hernandez Martinez5/1/20025/2/2002
 Martinez was arrested without incident in Rio Bravo, Mexico, by Mexican law enforcement authorities.
473Timmy John Weber5/7/20024/28/2002
 Weber was arrested without incident at his residence in Las Vegas, Nevada, after a neighbor called law enforcement authorities when she saw him return to his home. He was actually arrested before his addition to the “Top Ten” list was announced to the public.
474Richard Steve Goldberg6/14/20025/12/2007
 Goldberg was arrested in Montreal, Canada, at his residence by the Montreal Police and the RCMP. A citizen identified Goldberg from the FBI web site after a friend gave her a description of an individual who told him he was wanted by the FBI.
475Robert William Fisher6/29/2002still on list
 Robert William Fisher is wanted for killing his wife and two young children and then blowing up the house in which they all lived in Scottsdale, Arizona.
476Michael Alfonso1/23/20037/16/2004
 Alfonso was arrested in Vera Cruz, Mexico, after a tip from a television program, which aired on the Azteca America Network in Mexico, led the FBI to Alfonso.
477Genero Espinosa Dorantes8/14/20032/25/2006
 Dorantes was arrested without incident in Tijuana, Mexico, by FBI and local Mexican authorities.
478Diego Leon Montoya Sanchez5/6/20049/10/2007
 Montoya Sanchez was arrested without incident by Colombian authorities in LaPaila, Colombia.
479Chaunson Lavel McKibbins11/9/200410/29/2004
 McKibbins was arrested without incident at a gas station in Atlanta, Georgia. A tip from the America’s Most Wanted television program led the FBI to McKibbins. He was actually arrested before his addition to the “Top Ten” list was announced to the public.
480Jorge Alberto Lopez-Orozco3/17/200510/7/2009
 Lopez-Orozco was arrested without incident in Zihuatanejo, Mexico, while he was hauling a load of metal into a scrap yard.
481Michael Paul Astorga4/1/20064/3/2006
 Astorga was arrested without incident in a hotel room in Juarez, Mexico, by FBI and Mexican law enforcement officials.
482Warren Steed Jeffs5/6/20068/28/2006
 Jeffs was arrested in Las Vegas, Nevada, after being pulled over for driving a vehicle without valid license plates. Jeffs did not resist arrest by the Nevada Highway Patrol.
483Ralph B. Phillips9/7/20069/8/2006
 Phillips surrendered to authorities after being cornered in the woods in Akeley, Pennsylvania.
484John W. Parsons9/30/200610/19/2006
 Parsons was arrested without incident at a small shack where he was sleeping in Chillicothe, Ohio. A citizen recognized Parsons and called the police.
485Emigdio Preciado Jr.3/14/20077/17/2009
 Preciado was arrested without incident in Nayarit, Mexico, by the FBI and Mexican Ministerial Police.
486Shauntay L. Henderson3/31/20073/31/2007
 Henderson was arrested without incident at the residence of an associate in Kansas City, Missouri.
487Alexis Flores6/2/2007still on list
 Alexis Flores is wanted for the kidnapping and murder of a five-year-old girl in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
488Jon Savarino Schillaci9/7/20076/5/2008
 Schillaci was arrested without incident at his residence in San Jose de Gracia, Mexico.
489Jason Derek Brown12/8/2007still on list
 Jason Derek Brown is wanted for the murder and armed robbery of an armored car guard in Phoenix, Arizona, in November of 2004.
490Michael Jason Registe7/26/20088/27/2008
 Registe was arrested without incident at a guest house on the Caribbean Island of St. Maarten. A tip from the America’s Most Wanted television program led the FBI to Registe.
491Edward Eugene Harper11/29/20087/23/2009
 Harper was arrested without incident by the FBI and Wyoming Game and Fish Department in the Big Horn Mountains in Wyoming, where he had been herding sheep.
492Joe Luis Saenz10/19/200911/22/2012
 Saenz was arrested without incident by the FBI and Mexican authorities in Guadalajara, Mexico.
493Eduardo Ravelo10/20/2009still on list
 Ravelo is wanted in El Paso, Texas, for racketeering activities, conspiracy to launder monetary instruments, and conspiracy to possess heroin, cocaine and marijuana with the intent to distribute.
494Semion Mogilevich10/21/200912/17/2015
 Mogilevich is wanted for his alleged participation in a multi-million-dollar scheme to defraud thousands of investors in the stock of a public company incorporated in Canada, but headquartered in Newtown, Pennsylvania. He was removed from the List after it was determined that he was located in Russia and no longer fit Top Ten criteria.
495Eric Justin Toth04/10/201204/20/2013
 Toth was wanted for allegedly possessing and producing child pornography in Washington, D.C. and Maryland. He was arrested in Nicaragua.
496Adam Christopher Mayes
05/09/201205/10/2012
 Mayes was wanted for the kidnapping of four people and the murder of two of them in Tennessee. He was located in the woods of Mississippi, and shot himself. He later died. The two children were safely recovered.
497Fidel Urbina
06/05/201209/22/2016
 Urbina was wanted for the alleged sexual assault of one woman and the assault and murder of a second woman in Chicago, Illinois.  He was arrested on his ranch in Mexico.
498Edwin Ernesto Rivera Gracias
03/14/201303/27/2013
 Rivera Gracias surrendered to authorities in El Salvador.
499Jose Manuel Garcia Guevara
06/17/201304/29/2014
 Guevara surrendered to Mexican authorities and was then extradited back to the United States.
500Walter Lee Williams
06/17/201306/18/2013
 Williams was arrested without incident in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, by  Mexican Law Enforcement Officials acting on information provided by the FBI.
501Juan Elias Garcia 
03/26/201403/27/2014
 Garcia surrendered to authorities at the U.S. Embassy in Nicaragua.
502William Bradford Bishop, Jr.
04/10/2014still on list
 William Bradford Bishop, Jr. is wanted for allegedly bludgeoning to death his wife, mother, and three sons in Bethesda, Maryland.
503Eric Matthew Frein
09/18/201410/30/2014
 Eric Matthew Frein was arrested in the region around the Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania where he had been hiding since shooting two Pennsylvania State Troopers, killing one of them.
504Yaser Abdel Said
12/04/2014still on list 
 Yaser Abdel Said is wanted for allegedly murdering his two teenaged daughters in Irving, Texas.
505Myloh Jaqory Mason12/17/20151/16/2016
 Myloh Jaqory Mason was arrested in Thornton, Colorado, at a Motel 6.
506Brenda Delgado4/6/20164/8/2016
 Brenda Delgado was taken into custody without incident in Torreón, Coahuila, Mexico, by agents of the Mexican Attorney General’s Office (PGR), Criminal Investigations Agency (AIC.)
507Luis Macedo5/19/2016still on list
 Luis Macedo is wanted for brutally beating, shooting, and setting on fire a 15-year-old boy in Chicago, Illinois.
508Philip Patrick Policarpio5/19/20165/29/2016
 Philip Patrick Policarpio was arrested by US Customs and Border Protection agents at the US/Mexico border on the US side as he was trying to re-enter the US from Mexico.
509Shanika S. Minor6/28/20167/1/2016 
 Shanika S. Minor was arrested in Fayetteville, North Carolina, after citizens informed law enforcement that she was staying at a motel near the airport there.
510Marlon Jones12/1/201612/2/2016 
  Marlon Jones was arrested by the FBI Fugitive Task Force, LAPD, after a chase on the 110 Freeway in Los Angeles, California. The Task Force received tips following the widespread publicity generated from the Top Ten annoncement.