Post by Scumhunter on Jun 24, 2018 17:44:43 GMT -5
Interesting. I'm actually mildly surprised at Alaska and Hawaii not having representation- part of the reason the FBI adds someone to the list- is besides potential danger- if they think publicity would help catch them. You'd think a Hawaii or Alaska fugitive would stand out or be unique. (there has to have been some Hawaii and Alaska cases although rare).
It's very surprising Texas only has 16, although the smaller states ahead of it have big cities in those states. Maryland- Baltimore, Illinois- Chicago etc...
Post by тσρтєиhυитєя on Jun 24, 2018 18:25:57 GMT -5
Also here’s the current make up of the Top Ten by state
Robert Fisher - Arizona
Alexis Flores - Pennsylvania
Jason Derek Brown - Arizona
Eduardo Ravelo - Texas
William Bradford Bishop - Maryland
Yaser Said - Texas
Bhadreshkumar Patel - Maryland
Santiago Villalba Mederos - Washington State
Alejandro Castillo - North Carolina
Rafael Caro-Quintero(?) - Committed his crime in Mexico, not wanted by an FBI field office despite being on the Ten Most Wanted List, but was added at the request of the DEA HQ in Arlington, Virginia. He’s also being sought by the U.S. Dept of State.
Highest Priority Case: Murder Victim, Alexandra (Alex) Anaya Missing Person: Ashley Summers Most Wanted #5: Frantz Dieudonne Most Wanted #4: Barrett Preston Busschau Most Wanted #3: FBI Top Ten Fugitive, Bhadreshkumar Patel Most Wanted #2: FBI Top Ten Fugitive, Rafael Caro-Quintero Public Enemy #1: FBI Most Wanted Terrorist: Saif Al-Adel