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Four hundred and eighty four individuals appearing on the list have been located, 162 of them as a direct result of citizen cooperation.
Has the publicity generated by the program changed over the years?
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. “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” are only removed from the list when they meet one of the following conditions: First, they are captured. Holden Wanted For: UFAP for murder Dates: 3/14/50 - 6/23/51William Bradford Bishop, Jr.
Are members of the “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list ranked? Second, the federal process pending against the individual is dismissed—this is not an FBI decision. Born: 8/01/36 Dates: 4/10/14 - present FBI................................238 Local..............................99 Joint...............................75 Killed During Capture....12 Surrendered..................25 Foreign Authorities…....36**53 fugitives were captured in foreign countries, but several were captured as the result of a joint effort.
Who actually decides which fugitives go on the list?
Has the makeup of the fugitives on the “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list changed over the years? Minor Dates: 06/28/16 - 07/01/16 Alabama 11Alaska 0Arizona 10Arkansas 5California 58Colorado 8Connecticut 4Delaware 1Florida 22Georgia 18Hawaii 0Idaho 3Illinois 38Indiana 13Iowa 4Kansas 13Kentucky 9Louisiana 7Maine 5Maryland 19Massachusetts 15Michigan 20Minnesota 5Mississippi 5Missouri 11Montana 2Nebraska 2Nevada 6New Hampshire 1New Jersey 10New Mexico 4New York 33North Carolina 9North Dakota 0Ohio 21Oklahoma 7Oregon 7Pennsylvania 20Rhode Island 0South Carolina 3South Dakota 2Tennessee 19Texas 16Utah 5Vermont 1Virginia 8Washington 11West Virginia 3Wisconsin 8Wyoming 2Washington, DC 14 TOTAL 518 Alabama 3Alaska 0Arizona 12Arkansas 5California 62Colorado 11Connecticut 3Delaware 0Florida 32Georgia 8Hawaii 2Idaho 2Illinois 32Indiana 6Iowa 3Kansas 5Kentucky 5Louisiana 11Maine 0Maryland 11Massachusetts 9Michigan 11Minnesota 6Mississippi 5Missouri 14Montana 2Nebraska 2Nevada 10New Hampshire 3New Jersey 5New Mexico 2New York 40North Carolina 5North Dakota 1Ohio 16Oklahoma 5Oregon 4Pennsylvania 16Rhode Island 2South Carolina 4South Dakota 1Tennessee 9Texas 16Utah 1Vermont 1Virginia 7Washington 8West Virginia 1Wisconsin 5Wyoming 4Washington, DC 3 TOTAL 431 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 - 12/24/88Armando 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 Mc Kibbins Dates: arrested 10/29/04 (before release date of 11/9/04) Michael Jason Registe Dates: 7/26/08 – 8/27/08 Bobby Gene Dennie Dates: 2/24/89 - 10/28/89Kenneth Robert Stanton Dates: 10/24/90 - 10/31/90 Leslie Isben Rogge Dates: 1/24/90 - 5/18/96Richard Steve Goldberg Dates: 6/14/02 - 5/12/07Terry A. Ervin Dates: 4/13/67 - 7/25/67 Gordon Dale Ervin Dates: 4/13/67 - 6/7/69Dwight Alan Armstrong Dates: 9/4/70 - 4/1/76 Karleton Lewis Armstrong Dates: 9/4/70 - 2/17/72Charles Earl Hammond Dates: 3/14/85 - 8/4/86 Michael F. Hammond Dates: 3/14/85 - 8/4/86 Click the links below to see the number, name, date placed on the list, and the date located for the the FBI's complete list of Ten Most Wanted Fugitives.
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. As of April 12, 2018, there have been 518 fugitives on the “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list.
Just as the composition of the list of “Ten Most Wanted 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.
Therefore, the program relies heavily on publicity from coast to coast.