FBI Ten Most Wanted Fugitives, 2010s

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The FBI's Ten Most Wanted Fugitives during the 2010s is a list, maintained for a seventh decade, of the Ten Most Wanted Fugitives of the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation. At any given time the FBI is actively searching for 12,000 fugitives. As of December 15, 2016, eighteen new fugitives have been added to the list.

FBI 10 Most Wanted Fugitives to begin the 2010s[edit]

The FBI in the past has identified individuals by the sequence number in which each individual has appeared on the list. Some individuals have even appeared twice, and often a sequence number was permanently assigned to an individual suspect who was soon caught, captured, or simply removed, before his or her appearance could be published on the publicly released list. In those cases, the public would see only gaps in the number sequence reported by the FBI. For convenient reference, the wanted suspect's sequence number and date of entry on the FBI list appear below, whenever possible.

The following fugitives made up the top Ten list to begin the 2010s:

Name Sequence Number Date of Entry Notes
Víctor Manuel Gerena #386 1984  • Still at large but removed from the list.
 • Wanted in connection with the 1983 armed robbery of approximately $7 million from a security company in Connecticut.[1] He was removed from the list on December 15, 2016, after being on the list for 32 years, seven months and a day - a record.
Glen Stewart Godwin #447 1996  • Still at large but no longer on the list.
 • Escaped from Folsom State Prison in California in 1987, where he was serving a lengthy sentence for murder; apprehended in Mexico and murdered a fellow prison inmate in Mexico before escaping from a Mexican prison in September 1991.[2] • Was removed from the list in May 2016 as FBI officials believed that publicity would not assist with his capture.
Osama bin Laden[3] #456 1999  • Killed.
 • Osama bin Laden was the leader of al-Qaeda and was wanted in connection with the August 7, 1998, bombings of the United States embassies, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Nairobi, Kenya, and the September 11 Attacks. Bin Laden and al-Qaeda is alleged to be responsible for the October 12, 2000 attack on the USS Cole off the coast of Yemen.[4][5]
 • Killed during Operation Neptune Spear in Abbottabad, Pakistan, on May 2, 2011.[6][7]
James J. Bulger #458 1999  • Captured.
 • Wanted for his role in 18 murders committed from the early 1970s through the mid-1980s in connection with his leadership of an organized crime group that allegedly controlled extortion, drug deals, and other illegal activities in the Boston, Massachusetts area.
 • Arrested on June 22, 2011, in Santa Monica, California.[8][9]
Robert William Fisher #475 2002  • Still at large.
 • Wanted for murder of his wife and their two children in Scottsdale, Arizona on April 10, 2001.[10]
Alexis Flores #487 2007  • Still at large.
 • Wanted for kidnapping and killing a five-year-old girl in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.[11]
Jason Derek Brown #489 2007  • Still at large.
 • Allegedly killed an armored car guard in Phoenix, Arizona during a bank robbery.[12]
Joe Luis Saenz #492 2009  • Captured.
 • Wanted for multiple murders, including three in 1998 and one in 2008.[13]
 • Arrested on November 22, 2012, in Guadalajara, Mexico.
Eduardo Ravelo #493 2009  • Still at large.
 • Leader of the Barrio Azteca gang in Mexico; wanted for several crimes involving murder and drugs.[14]
Semion Mogilevich #494 2009  • Still at large but removed from list.
 • Alleged organized crime leader; wanted for running a financial scam in Pennsylvania.[15]
 • He was removed from the list on December 17, 2015 because he lives freely and openly in Russia, which does not have an extradition treaty with the United States.[16]
The modern header with blue border used by the FBI on top Ten Fugitive wanted posters since at least 2002, on both the FBI internet web site and in public presentations of the wanted posters.[17]

FBI Most Wanted Fugitives added during the 2010s[edit]

It took a year into the new decade before any of the fugitives were captured. The replacements were not named until 2012. The list includes (in FBI list appearance sequence order):[18]

2010–2017[edit]

Name Sequence Number Date of Entry Time Listed
Eric Justin Toth #495 April 10, 2012 One year on the list
Eric Justin Toth was sought for possession and production of child pornography in Washington, D.C. It was alleged that pornographic images of children were found on a camera at the school where Toth worked. Toth was the last person known to have custody of the camera.[19] Toth was captured by Nicaraguan authorities on April 22, 2013.
Adam Christopher Mayes #496 May 9, 2012 One day on the list
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Adam Christopher Mayes was accused of kidnapping a woman and her three daughters in Tennessee. The woman and one of the daughters were later found deceased in Mississippi.[20] Mayes later died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound after police attempted to arrest him. The two surviving children were recovered alive.[21]
Fidel Urbina #497 June 5, 2012 Four years on the list
Fidel Urbina was wanted for allegedly beating and raping two women in Chicago, Illinois in 1998.[22] He was captured in Chihuahua, Mexico on September 22, 2016.
Edwin Ernesto Rivera Gracias #498 March 14, 2013 13 days on list
Edwin Ernesto Rivera Gracias was wanted for first-degree murder in the stabbing death of a 63-year-old Denver resident on August 17, 2011.[23] He was arrested in Guadalajara, Mexico on March 27, 2013.[24]
Jose Manuel Garcia Guevara #499 June 17, 2013 One Year on the list
Jose Manuel Garcia Guevara was wanted for aggravated burglary, rape and murder of 26-year-old Wanda Barton of Lake Charles, Louisiana on February 19, 2008. He surrendered in Mexico on July 30, 2014.[citation needed]
Walter Lee Williams #500 June 17, 2013 One day on the list
A federal arrest warrant was issued for Walter Lee Williams in the United States District Court for the Central District of California for sexual exploitation of children, travel with intent to engage in illicit sexual conduct, engaging in illicit sexual conduct in foreign places, and criminal forfeiture. He was arrested in Mexico the day after he was put on the FBI Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list.
Juan Elias Garcia #501 March 26, 2014 Two days on the list
Garcia, an MS-13 member, shot and killed his girlfriend and toddler execution style in Central Islip, New York. He surrendered in Nicaragua the day after he was put on the Ten Most Wanted List.
William Bradford Bishop #502 April 10, 2014 Still at Large
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Bishop is wanted for killing his mother, his wife, and his three sons in 1976 in Bethesda, Maryland. It is believed that he drove to North Carolina to dispose of the bodies and then fled to Europe.
Eric Frein #503 September 18, 2014 42 Days on the list
Frein was wanted for the 2014 Pennsylvania State Police barracks attack, which killed a Pennsylvania state trooper and injured another at the Blooming Grove Police Barracks on September 12, 2014. He was captured by U.S. Marshals outside of Tannersville, Pennsylvania near an abandoned aircraft hangar on October 30, 2014.
Yaser Abdel Said #504 December 4, 2014 Still at large
Said, who was last known to work as a taxi driver in Lewisville, Texas is wanted for the New Year's Day 2008 murder of his two teenage daughters in his taxi cab.
Myloh Jaqory Mason #505 December 17, 2015 29 Days on the list
Mason was wanted for two bank robberies in Lakewood, Colorado on September 30 and November 18, 2015. In the first robbery, he and two others, wearing masks and costumes resembling those from the movie Scream, allegedly shoved two bank tellers and told them they were going to die if they didn't open the bank vault. In the second robbery, they, wearing skeleton masks, supposedly brutalized tellers while they were getting into the vault. During their escape, Mason and his accomplices allegedly shot two innocent people. He was captured at a Motel 6 in Thornton on January 15, 2016.
Brenda Delgado #506 April 7, 2016 Two Days on the list
Delgado was wanted for allegedly masterminding a murder-for-hire of Dallas dentist Kendra Hatcher on September 2, 2015. Delgado was allegedly upset that Hatcher was seeing her former boyfriend. After the murder, Delgado fled to Mexico; she was captured in Torreon, Mexico on April 9, 2016.
Philip Patrick Policarpio #507 May 19, 2016 Nine days on the list
Policarpio was wanted for the murder of his girlfriend, who was seventeen weeks pregnant with his baby, in the Ramparts section of Los Angeles on April 12, 2016. Policarpio allegedly beat her, then shot her in the face, killing her instantly. At the time of the murder, he was a convicted felon from 2001. He was captured at San Ysidro, California on May 28, 2016.
Luis Macedo #508 May 19, 2016 Still at large
Macedo is wanted in the May 1, 2009 murder of a 15-year-old boy in Chicago. Macedo, a member of the Latin Kings gang, and his fellow gang members are believed to have beaten up and shot the boy, and then burned the boy's body, all after he refused to give the gang sign. Macedo is alleged to have initiated the attack.
Shanika S. Minor #509 June 28, 2016 Three days on the list
Minor was wanted in the March 6, 2016 murder in Milwaukee, Wisconsin of a pregnant 23-year-old woman who was her mother's neighbor. According to law enforcement officials, the victim was shot because she was playing her music too loud. Minor was captured in Fayetteville, North Carolina, the FBI confirmed on July 1, 2016.
Marlon Jones #510 December 1, 2016 One day on the list
Jones, believed to be a member of a narcotics crew in Jamaica, was wanted in the October 15, 2016 murders of four people at a party in Los Angeles. Police say that Jones shot and killed the four because they were members of a rival gang.[25] He was captured in Los Angeles one day after he was added to the list.[26]
Robert Francis Van Wisse #511 December 13, 2016 Six weeks on the list
Van Wisse was wanted in the September 1983 murder of janitorial worker Laurie Stout in Austin, Texas. Police say that Van Wisse, 19 years old and a student at the University of Texas at the time, sexually assaulted and killed her. Although DNA testing was used (not as precise as today), he was let go. A 1992 investigation into the murder - with now-advanced technology - determined that Van Wisse was the killer, but he had fled Austin. Charges were issued against him for the murder in 1996.[27] He surrendered to authorities in Laredo, Texas on January 26, 2017.[28]
Terry A. D. Strickland #512 December 15, 2016 One month on the list
Strickland was wanted in the murders of two men, 38 and 39 years old, in Milwaukee on July 17, 2016. Police say there was a fight with seven or eight other men. Then Strickland supposedly got a .40-caliber handgun and began shooting into the crowd, and then killed the two men. His 18-month-old daughter was abandoned in a room which he rented. He was arrested in El Paso, Texas on January 15, 2017, exactly one month after being added to the list.[29]

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References[edit]

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  2. ^ "Glen Stewart Godwin". Federal Bureau of Investigation. Retrieved 2008-10-03. 
  3. ^ "Osama bin Laden FBI Most wanted poster". FBI.gov. Archived from the original on March 5, 2016. Retrieved December 22, 2011. 
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  5. ^ "Rewards for Justice Wanted Terrorist Osama bin Laden". Rewards for Justice. Retrieved 2006-07-10. 
  6. ^ Doug Luzader (May 2, 2011). "Bin Laden Killed after Firefight in Pakistan". Fox News. 
  7. ^ "Operation Neptune Spear". GlobalSecurity.org. Retrieved May 17, 2011. 
  8. ^ "James J. Bulger". Federal Bureau of Investigation. Retrieved 23 June 2011. 
  9. ^ "Top Ten Fugitive James 'Whitey' Bulger Arrested". Federal Bureau of Investigation. 23 June 2011. Retrieved 23 June 2011. 
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  11. ^ "Suspect in 2000 Philadelphia Murder". FBI.gov. June 2, 2007. Archived from the original on August 25, 2010. Retrieved December 30, 2011. 
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  14. ^ "Top Ten Fugitives: Leader of Violent Barrio Azteca Gang". FBI.gov. October 20, 2009. Retrieved December 30, 2011. 
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  19. ^ "FBI — Child Pornographer Added to Top Ten List". FBI. 
  20. ^ "FBI — Adam Mayes Added to Ten Most Wanted Fugitives List". FBI. 
  21. ^ Adam Mayes killed; Bain girls found safe - WAFB 9 News Baton Rouge, Louisiana News, Weather, Sports
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  23. ^ "Colorado Fugitive Edwin Ernesto Rivera Gracias Newest Addition to FBI 'Ten Most Wanted' List". ABC News. Retrieved 14 March 2013. 
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