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FBI Steps Up Search for Man Suspected in 1980 Slaying of Pennsylvania Police Chief

Donald Eugene Webb, via FBI.

Donald Eugene Webb, via FBI.

By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

Donald Eugene Webb has managed to elude the FBI since he was suspected of fatally shooting a police chief in Pennsylvania in 1980.

For more than two decades, Webb has been on the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list.

Now the FBI is increasing publicity around its $100,000 reward in hopes of solving the mystery of Webb’s whereabouts, the Associated Press reports. 

Law enforcement isn’t even sure if he’s alive. He’d be 84.

Described as a career criminal with mob tie, Webb often targeted jewelry stores.

Saxonburg Police Chief Gregory Adams was shot twice in the chest after pulling over Webb for running a stop sign.

Since then, Webb has eluded authorities.

Suspected Cop Shooter Eric Frein Is Added to FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives List

By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

The FBI’s newest addition to the Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list is Eric Matthew Frein, who is the lone suspect in the delay ambush of two Pennsylvania state troopers, the Huffington Post reports.

The FBI said it’s not messing around.

“When law enforcement officers are violently targeted, we take it seriously — and personally,” Edward J. Hanko, special agent in charge of the FBI’s Philadelphia Division, said Thursday in a press release.

The ambush of Alex Douglass and Byron Dickson happened at 10:50 p.m. during a shift change. Dickson was killed, and Douglass remains hospitalized.

The 31-year-old suspect was charged Tuesday with homicide of a law enforcement officer.

Authorities warned that Frein is a weapons enthusiast and survivalist.

“All of law-enforcement is committed to apprehending Frein, and we are dedicated to making sure that the danger to the public ends with his arrest,” Pennsylvania State Police Commissioner Frank Noonan said Thursday.

Diplomat Suspected of Bludgeoning Family in 1976 Added to FBI’s ‘Ten Most Wanted Fugitives’

A diplomat accused of bludgeoning his family to death in their suburban Maryland Home in 1976 was added to the FBI’s list of “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives.”

The Associated Press reports that William Bradford “Brad” Bishop Jr., who worked for the State Department at the time, is suspected of killing his mother, wife and three sons. According to authorities, he then drove their bodies to a wooded area in North Carolina, buried them in a shallow grave and lit them on fire.

Bishop, who would be 77 years old now, is a Yale graduate fluent in five languages.

“Brad, you’ve been living with this on your conscience now for 38 years,” Montgomery County, Md., Sheriff Darren Popkin said. “I am the voice of your family who can no longer speak. The time is now to contact law enforcement.”

FBI’s ‘Ten Most Wanted’ List Celebrates 63 Years of Existence

Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com 

One of the most popular weapons against criminals, the FBI’s “Ten Most Wanted” recently turned 63 years old.

The list of most-wanted fugitives has helped nab 153 most-wanted fugitives from people tipped off by pictures on the list, About.com reports.

Of the 495 people who have been on the list, 465 have been apprehended.

J. Edgar Hoover hatched the idea with reporters at the end of Word War II and published the first list on March 14, 1950, About.com wrote.

The FBI’s deputy director chooses the list of fugitives after getting recommendations from field offices, About.com reported.

The list is prioritized by length of criminal history, severity of the crimes and their potential threat to the public, About.com wrote.

Colorado Fugitive Joins the FBI’s ‘Ten Most Wanted Fugitives’ list in Connection with Stabbing

Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com 

Meet the FBI’s newest member of the FBI’s “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list.

His name is Edwin Ernesto Rivera Gracias, a 28-year-old man with ties to a violent international gang, ABC News reports.

Rivera Gracias is wanted in the stabbing death of Denver resident Richard Limon, whose half-naked body was found on Lookout Mountain in Colorado.

Gracias’ body was thrown from the side of a mountain road after being stabbed in the chest with a steak knife, ABC News reported.

The FBI is expected to announce Gracias’ addition to the “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list today.

FBI Ten Most Wanted Fugitive Joe Luis Saenz Captured in Mexico

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

FBI Top Ten Fugitive Joe Luis Saenz has been captured, the FBI announced.

Saenz, who was accused of murdering four people,  was captured Thanksgiving day in Mexico, CNN reported.

Authorities charge that  on  July 25, 1998,  Saenz allegedly shot and killed two rival gang members in Los Angeles, the FBI said.Less than two weeks later, on August 5, 1998, Saenz allegedly kidnapped, raped, and murdered his girlfriend. Saenz allegedly murdered a fourth victim in October of 2008 in Los Angeles County.

He had been on the FBI’s Top Ten Fugitives List since October 2009.

FBI’s Ten Most Wanted List Launched During Card Game

Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

The FBI’s Ten Most Wanted list originated during a card game between FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover and a reporter who was curious about the most slyest of fugitives, the LA Times reports.

In 1949, Hoover gave the reporter a list of 10 names that would appear on the front page of the Washington Daily News, leading to the arrests of nine of the 10.

The fugitives were escapees, con men, accused murders and a bank robber, chosen from a list of 5,700 fugitives on the run, the LA Times reported.

A year later, the top 10 list was born and would later include Martin Luther King’s assassin, James Earl Ray; Al Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden; and serial killer Ted Bundy.

More than 7 Months Later, FBI’s 10 Most Wanted List Still 2 Short

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

It’s been more than seven months since the FBI’s two most notorious Ten Most Wanted criminals — Osama bin Laden and Boston mobster James “Whitey” Bulger — were eliminated as fugitives. One was killed. The other was captured.

Whitey Bulger

Still, to date, the FBI has yet to replace them. So for all practical purposes, its a Top 8 list for now. Their photos remain on the FBI page. Bulger’s photo has word “Captured” draped across the bottom. Bin Laden’s photo has the word “Deceased” on it.

Paul Bresson, an FBI spokesman at headquarters, said Tuesday that “replacements are still under consideration.” Stay tuned.

 

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