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Unknown Ben Bradley Killer: Benjamin Bradley was an was extraordinary snowboarder. Just before his 29th birthday, Ben was killed on his way to a Wyoming ski resort. But his one-of-a-kind snowboard is still missing, and finding it could help police crack this murder mystery wide open.

Unknown Ben Bradley Killer

Darak Williams: Cops in Pennsylvania say Darak Williams and Kashema Reddish, who have been on the run since Feb. 21, 2008, now face first-degree and third-degree murder charges, respectively, in connection with the death of Reddish’s 3-year-old daughter, Kavannah Salvador.

Darak Williams

John Snyder: As John Snyder’s marriage crumbled, cops say his sanity went along with it: police tell AMW that he’s a neo-Nazi activist, and he committed one of the most violent and depraved sexual assaults they’ve ever seen.

John Snyder

Adrian Gonzalez-Cruz: Authorities in Arizona say Adrian Cruz is a vicious child predator who was serving life in prison for raping and impregnating a 9-year-old girl, but escaped from a county courthouse. Cops say he’s a parent’s worst nightmare, and has stalked his young victims while working on local ice cream trucks.

Adrian Gonzalez-Cruz

Kashema Reddish: Cops in Pennsylvania say Darak Williams and Kashema Reddish, who have been on the run since Feb. 21, 2008, now face first-degree and third-degree murder charges, respectively, in connection with the death of Reddish’s 3-year-old daughter, Kavannah Salvador.

Kashema Reddish

NEXT WEEK:

Unknown Baby Bones Killer: The skeletal remains of a child authorities know only as “Baby Bones” were found in the woods of New Jersey, and cops are working to figure out who she was.

Unknown Baby Bones Killer

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Devon Russell: Smuggling drugs, weapons and illegal aliens is big business along U.S. shores. In South Florida, federal, state and local law enforcement are taking on smugglers; since 2005, more than 30 innocent men and women have died at sea near Florida’s coastline as a result of smuggling. Cops are now searching for a key player in the ring, Devon Russell.

Devon Russell

Henry Pierre: Just days after an AMW tipster led the Royal Bahamian Police to suspected smuggler Henry Pierre, reports from the Bahamas say that the accused killer and alien smuggler was set free, but rearrested a short time later. The fugitive’s initial release came as a complete surprise to cops in Florida, as U.S. officials were working vigorously to extradite Pierre to face charges on American soil.

Henry Pierre

Rosa’s Story: Rosa is a composite of several real women, just a few of the 50,000 people a year who are smuggled into the U.S. and treated as slaves. These victims of human trafficking are forced into a variety of exploitative situations including prostitution and hard labor. The Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000 was designed to protect these victims as well as to prosecute human traffickers.

Rosa’s Story

Patricio Sosa: Human trafficking is an awful crime, but for some it’s big business — and the FBI says when the Cadena-Sosa family saw there was money to be made, they jumped right in. Patricio Sosa was one of the ringleaders of an operation that imported women and children from Mexico and forced them into prostitution in Florida, according to agents — and now law enforcement wants to put the brakes on this alleged trafficker.

Patricio Sosa

Craig Oliver: When AMW last told you about scammer Craig Oliver, nearly a dozen tipsters recognized him as Danny Sullivan, a construction foreman in Phoenix, Ariz. But police say Oliver was able to slip away before the law enforcement dragnet scooped him up, and they need your help to track him down.

Craig Oliver

Rafael Cadena-Sosa: Like many young men, FBI agents say Rafael Cadena-Sosa went into the family business. Unfortunately, in his case that business was human trafficking and prostitution, reports the FBI. Sosa-Cadena and his brothers were allegedly part of a ring that imported women and children from Mexico and forced them into prostitution.

Rafael Cadena-Sosa

James Reimer: Cops in Oklahoma are looking for 40-year-old James Joseph Reimer, who they say took off with 14-year-old Deborah Kalai Fourzan; detectives believe Deborah is in danger because before they disappeared, Reimer sent text messages to Deborah soliciting sex.

James Reimer

Carmela Cadena: Imagine being kidnapped from your home country, held captive in the U.S., and forced to work as a prostitute. This is the fate of thousands of women and children who are smuggled into the U.S. every year — and the FBI says they’re kept in line by women like Carmen Cadena, member of a family that’s alleged to run a major human trafficking and prostitution enterprise.

Carmela Cadena

Deborah Fourzan: Cops in Tecumseh, Okla. are desperately looking for leads that will help them find 14-year-old Deborah Kalai Fourzan, an Oklahoma teenager who went missing on Feb. 2, 2009 and may be in danger.

Deborah Fourzan

Haleigh Cummings: Police in Florida have announced that they do have a sexual predator in custody who lived just a mile from missing 5-year-old Haleigh Cummings. But, investigators say the man had nothing to do with the disappearance.

Haleigh Cummings

Adji Desir: Adji Desir, a 6-year-old developmentally disabled Florida boy, has been missing since Saturday, Jan. 10, 2009. Police need your help to bring him home to his family.

Adji Desir

Tangena Hussain: On October 2, 2008, 24-year-old Jamrul Hussein was driving to the local mall to pick his girlfriend up. He had her daughter, Tangena Hussain, in the car at the time. On the way to the mall, Jamrul made a quick pit stop at a nearby gas station, but what happened next is a parent’s worst nightmare.

Tangena Hussain

Marlon Lopez: Officials say that Marlon Iverzander Lopez has been evading the law for years. With a criminal history involving charges of drug trafficking, fraud, sexual abuse, and molestation, the FBI is looking to put Lopez where he belongs — behind bars.

Marlon Lopez

Pedro Fajardo: Cops say Pedro Ulloa Fajardo visited his common-law wife on the evening of October 15, 2008 to hash out some differences that had been complicating their relationship. What cops know now is that Fajardo had no intention of mending their relationship — he intended to end it forever. Now, Fajardo is on the run and police are hot on his trail, but could use your help tracking him down.

Pedro Fajardo

Erica Smith Killer: It’s been six long years since 14-year-old Erica Smith was murdered in Northern Virginia — but questions still plague Erica’s family. Who is responsible for tearing their family apart, and why? And most importantly, when will they be brought to justice? Cops continue to work Erica’s case, hoping a key clue and some old-fashioned detective work may finally bring this case to an end and help Erica’s family find peace.

Erica Smith Killer

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Glen Holmes Jr.: Conroe, Texas Police say Glen Holmes Jr. carjacked Barry Thomas, before fatally shooting him in the back. Holmes then proceeded to hold up the drive-through, demanding tacos to go, before leading cops on a high-speed chase.

Glen Holmes Jr.

Michael Bresnahan: He’s accused of breaking into a house in a quaint New England town and raping a 61-year-old retiree. But after a year on the run and a manhunt that included six states, Michael Bresnahan’s run from justice has ended. AMW spoke to his alleged victim, police and the tipsters who turned him in on the opposite side of the country, in Oregon.

Michael Bresnahan

Unknown Tammy Vincent Killers: Almost 30 years have passed since police were called to an isolated beach 20 miles north of San Francisco to investigate a grisly murder scene that centered around the charred remains of a teenage Jane Doe. For years, cops tried to identify the girl and figure out the events surrounding her death, but it wasn’t until AMW lent a helping hand that parts of the puzzle began to fit together. Authorities now know that the murdered girl — 16-year-old Tammy Vincent — was the girl embroiled in the middle of a state’s case against a sleazy Seattle strip club whose owners, cops believe, had her killed for the things she knew.

Unknown Tammy Vincent Killers

Unknown Shannon Paulk Killer: AMW recently teamed up with Pauley Perrette, the star of the prime time crime drama NCIS, to help investigators solve the murders of two young girls: Shannon Paulk in Prattville, Ala., and Raven Jeffries in Detroit. Perrette was touched by Shannon’s story because of her own family ties to the Prattville area, so she donated a $10,000 reward to help catch Shannon’s killer.

Unknown Shannon Paulk Killer

Unknown Raven Jeffries Killer: In August 2006, 7-year-old Raven Jeffries was playing outside of her home in Detroit, Mich., when she was kidnapped. Just days after her disappearance, police say that her burned body was found in a field in a neighboring town. Now, AMW is teaming up with Pauley Perrette from the hit crime drama NCIS to help solve the case. Pauley feels a special bond with Raven’s case because her boyfriend, Michael, grew up near where the little girl was abducted. The actress has donated $10,000 reward to help find the person who killed Raven.

Unknown Raven Jeffries Killer

Lisa Williamson Killer: Actress Pauley Perrette, from the hit show “NCIS,” has helped America’s Most Wanted hunt two child killers. Now, she’s turned to AMW to ask for help in solving the murder of her friend, Lisa Williamson.

Lisa Williamson Killer

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Sarah Pender: Less than two hours after AMW viewers saw Sarah Pender on the Top Ten Fugitives of 2008 show on Dec. 20, 2008, a quick-witted tipster went straight to authorities after recognizing her. Chicago Police wasted no time on following up on the tip, just in time to catch Pender as she was packing her bags to take off.

Sarah Pender

Jose Perez: In December 2004, Ingrid Perez was living with her father and three brothers in Miami Beach, Florida, until the night cops say Ingrid’s father – Jose Antonio Perez – sexually assaulted her.

Jose Perez

Jesus Duran: He was a Mexican-educated Texas schoolteacher, but cops say Jesus Duran crossed the line when he began inappropriately touching students.

Jesus Duran

Pedro Farjado: Cops say Pedro Ulloa Fajardo went to his wife’s home on the evening of October 15, 2008 to hash out some differences that had been complicating their relationship. What cops know now is that Fajrado had no intention of mending their relationship — he intended to end it forever.

Pedro Farjado

Haleigh Cummings: Cops say missing girl Haleigh Cummings’ father and his 17-year-old girlfriend have voluntarily taken polygraphs, but police aren’t releasing results. Searchers from more than ten agencies continue to scour Satsuma, Fla. for 5-year-old Haleigh by land, sea and air, and cops say members of Texas Equusearch plan to begin a search for the girl Friday.

Haleigh Cummings

Unknown Rory Forehand Killer: While attending a Harlem support group over the death of his sister, Helen Hill, Jake found that there were countless other families who suffered the same horrible pain. That’s why he sought out the help of AMW, again, to find the person who murdered a man he’d learned so much about but never even met.

Unknown Rory Forehand Killer

 

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Darryl Crenshaw: Deputy U.S. Marshals say accused Connecticut girlfriend-killer Darryl Crenshaw slipped into Mexico to escape from authorities. But an AMW tipster remembered seeing that familiar face in a Mexican jail — and helped take Crenshaw down.

Darryl Crenshaw

Marjan Rroku: When two teenage Albanian sisters met Marjan Rroku at a Bible study group, they thought he was a great guy. But five years later, he had taken the life of one sister and sent the other fleeing to the US. After a close encounter on a Washington D.C. Metro train, police fear the killer is in pursuit again.

Marjan Rroku

Paul Buford: Deputy U.S. Marshals in Detroit say they’re hot on the trail of an elusive gang member, wanted for his role in the upper echelon of the Black Mafia Family criminal organization. Paul Buford has a long, violent criminal past, and he’s the only fugitive not yet captured as a result of the DEA’s first wave of national BMF arrests.

Paul Buford

Jose Sastre-Cintron: Police say when a man known as Jose Sastre-Cintron proudly flashed his gun at a house party in Harrisonburg, Va., people knew there’d be trouble. But no one could have guessed just how much: before the melee was through, cops say Sastre-Cintron would shoot an 18-year-old girl, steal a car, and disappear into the night.

Jose Sastre-Cintron

Greg Adrian: Cops in the City Of Angels are on the lookout for a father accused of physically and sexually abusing his own 12-year-old daughter in November of 2007. When Adrian’s daughter blew the whistle on his latest string of abuse, police say he fled to Vegas. Now, Los Angeles detectives believe that Adrian is in the north Las Vegas area and could be traveling in a 1990’s, red, 4-door Honda sedan.

Greg Adrian

Danny Williams: Cops say that Danny Williams shot two unarmed men after a neighborhood barbecue. Now, police need your help to get this armed and dangerous thug off the streets.

Danny Williams

Unknown Sandra Brady Killer: It was one of New Mexico’s most mysterious unsolved Jane Doe cases: a pair of hikers found a murder victim, buried in a shallow grave in the unforgiving desert. But when AMW brought you the story two weeks ago, a tipster called our hotline and helped cops crack the case. The “Boots” Jane Doe now has a name: Sandra Jean Brady.

Unknown Sandra Brady Killer

Robert Fisher: Cops in Scottsdale, Ariz. say Robert Fisher murdered his entire family and blew up their home to cover his tracks. Police are working a few promising leads and they’re re-analyzing some of the physical evidence recovered from Fisher’s abandoned getaway to get a better DNA profile.

Robert Fisher

Unknown Phillip Washington Killer: Dallas money courier Phillip Washington, 50, was brutally killed while he made his last stop of the night a year ago, and his tragic death was caught on surveillance tape. Now, one of his old friends — a prominent local journalist — has come to AMW.com to get his family some justice.

Unknown Phillip Washington Killer

Cameron Pitre: According to cops, Cameron Pitre murdered his ex-girlfriend on Nov. 23, 2008. Police say Pitre had become increasingly hostile, and Ashley Hardey, his ex-girlfriend, was very cautious in his company. Despite her wariness, Ashley was murdered when police say Pitre forced his way into Ashley’s home and shot her multiple times.

Cameron Pitre

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Esnel Jean: North Miami detectives will never forget the gruesome sight of a woman and two children killed and buried in a homemade crypt. They say the man behind the horrific murders is Esnel Jean, a Haitian voodoo priest. Jean remains the focus of an international manhunt and they need your help to help capture him.

Esnel Jean

Bradley and Luann Chase: Bradley Chase is back in Indiana after eight years on the run. Chase and his wife Luann were captured in October after appearing on Fifteen Seconds of Shame. It only took AMW viewers 12 hours to capture the duo after they got the publicity they never wanted.

Bradley and Luann Chase

Yaser Said: They say he killed his daughters. In a crime that shocked the nation, two young women were found shot to death in the back of a taxi, and their father is one of the nation’s most-wanted men.

Yaser Said

Joseph Quartieri: It looked as if AMW tips had heated up the cold case of a mobster accused of almost killing a cop in a botched robbery in 1979. But when the leads started to unfold, U.S. Marshals were in for a strange twist.

Joseph Quartieri

Lance Atkins: On Sept. 10, 2008, while attending a birthday party, cops say Lance Atkins got into a heated argument with his sister’s boyfriend, Corey Bowman. Cops say Lance got angry, pulled a gun and shot Corey before fleeing the scene.

Lance Atkins

Anthony Thomas: The U.S. Marshals are hunting a man who they say has a terrible obsession: child pornography. Cops say Anthony Thomas, of Lafayette, La., looked at child pornography websites on his work computer, and a grand jury handed down an indictment against him, but now he’s nowhere to be found.

Anthony Thomas

Ricardo Rivera-Torres: Police are looking for Ricardo Juan Rivera-Torres, who they say killed a man in a botched Harrisburg, Pa. robbery. Police say they’ve rounded up Rivera-Torres’ co-conspirators, and now they need your help to take down the last man standing.

Ricardo Rivera-Torres

Ronald Jackson: Cops in Henrico County, Va. say a brazen daytime break-in left one man seriously injured and another man on the run from law enforcement. Cops say Ronald Jackson is wanted for breaking into a neighbor’s home and stabbing his victim seven times with a screwdriver.

Ronald Jackson

Unknown Tim Edwards Killer: After just one visit to Montana Del Oso Ranch in New Mexico, Tim Edwards knew he had found a place to retire. Captivated by the scenery and sunsets, Tim and his wife Lynn moved to the ranch from Arizona, but the land was hiding a deadly secret.

Unknown Tim Edwards Killer

Ramon Gaspar: Police say a 29-year-old woman was resting at a Los Angeles hospital after a surgery when a male nursing assistant, Ramon Eduardo Gaspar, entered her room and molested her.

Ramon Gaspar

Unknown Silver Nugget Shooter: On June 25, 2006, someone opened fire inside the Silver Nugget Casino in North Las Vegas, Nev. Cops need you to look at the surveillance video, and they need your tips to bring the shooter to justice.

Unknown Silver Nugget Shooter

Adji Desir: Adji Desir, a 6-year-old developmentally disabled Florida boy, has been missing since Saturday, Jan. 11, 2009. Police need your help to bring him home to his family.

Adji Desir

Unknown “Cheerleader Letters” Author: Dozens of mysterious letters containing a powdery substance are popping up all over the country and federal agents, including the FBI and the U.S. Postal Inspector, are on the manhunt for the sender — who has been deemed a domestic terrorist.

Unknown “Cheerleader Letters” Author

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Happy New Year! AMW won’t be on this weekend, but we’re still hard at work. Here’s a look at a couple of the big cases we’re working on:

Unknown Bennie Angelo Killer: Bennie Angelo was a patriot who served his country in its time of need during World War II, and he survived the attack on Pearl Harbor. But more than 65 years later, on Jan. 7, 2007, Ohio cops say the 87-year-old was ambushed by violent robbers in his home. The attackers not only stole the contents of Bennie’s home safe, they took Bennie’s life and they set a fire to cover their tracks.

Unknown Bennie Angelo Killer

Unknown Riggs Park Jane Doe Killer: Cops in Washington, D.C. say that someone took a young woman’s life and threw her body in a dumpster like a piece of trash. Now, they need your help to find out who she was — and who killed her.

Unknown Riggs Park Jane Doe Killer

Also, next time you’re browsing around AMW.com, check out the My Story section. It gives victims an opportunity to write a letter to AMW and have it read by those who visit the site.

My Story section

While you’re there, check out the AMW Rundown where Producer Jenna Naranjo sits down with AMW staff to give visitors a weekly update on our biggest cases.

Weekly Updates

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Fugitive: Sarah Jo Pender arrested in Chicago after profile on AMW


Sarah Jo Pender

Chicago Cops Nab ‘America’s Most Wanted’ Fugitive
Escaped Murderer Caught After Being Profiled on ‘America’s Most Wanted’
Escaped double murderer captured in Chicago
Captured escapee returned to Indiana

Update: Fugitive Manuel Benitez shot and killed by police after standoff with police, holding his son hostage as well

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Man Killed in L.A. Hostage Standoff Was 2004 Murder Suspect
Fugitive: Manuel Benitez (aka Mark Everett) wanted for murder and child abduction in California
SoCal man killed by cops was 2004 murder suspect

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Muammer Aldailam: In a moment of passion, cops say Muammer “Mike” Aldailam shot and killed his girlfriend after she tried to break off their relationship. Authorities believe Aldailam may be desperate to get back to his native country of Yemen, but they need your help in finding him before he gets that far.

Muammer Aldailam

Jeffrey Marshall: When the short courtship of Elizabeth “Lynne” Waterson and Jeffrey Marshall ended, the ambitious, beautiful Lynne continued to deflect Marshall’s unwanted advances. For months, cops say an obsessed Marshall stalked his former girlfriend and refused to take no for an answer until one day in April 2007, when he took his twisted infatuation to a deadly breaking point.

Jeffrey Marshall

Cinthya Rodriguez: Cops in California say that Cinthya Rodriguez masterminded a kidnapping and ransom plot that ended in the brutal murder of her 45-year-old boyfriend, Orlando Duarte. Police tell AMW that Orlando’s slaying was a family affair, because she’s on the run with her accomplice and brother-in-law, Arturo De Oca.

Cinthya Rodriguez

Carlos Thompson: New York cops say Carlos Thompson handed a .38-caliber revolver to a 13-year-old boy and ordered him to murder another teen. Police say they need your help to get him off the street before anyone else gets hurt.

Carlos Thompson

Timoteo Rios: When 39-year-old Tina Davila went to a Cricket store in Houston, Texas to pay her cell phone bill, she never imagined such a routine errand would have a tragic ending. Police in Texas are now looking for Timoteo Rios, the man they say stole a young mother’s life.

Timoteo Rios

Sarah Pender: Since her expertly-executed prison escape on August 4, 2008, officials have been hot on the trail of Sarah Pender. Now they say she has changed her appearance. Ex offenders who have seen Pender say she has shoulder length amber hair with red stripes. She also has piercings above her right eye and lower lip. U.S. Marshals Service officials have turned up the heat on Pender and made her the only woman on the notorious 15 Most Wanted Fugitives List.

Sarah Pender

Unknown Tinley Park Killer: Almost a year has passed since the silence of a cold winter morning was shattered by gun shots in Tinley Park, Illinois. As the investigation continues, Illinois State Police are digging deeper into the lives of the six victims trying to determine what could have caused a man to shoot six women, killing five of them.

Unknown Tinley Park Killer

Edward Salas: On Aug. 23, 2008, eight men escaped from a New Mexico on Aug. 23, 2008. Since then, police have arrested all of the escapees except the most dangerous of them all — Edward Salas. Before escaping, Salas was set to do life behind bars for the murder of a 10-year-old boy.

Edward Salas

Darryl Crenshaw: Rev. William Baskerville tells AMW that he has found the strength to forgive the man accused of killing his stepdaughter, Ashley Peoples, before going on the run. Just days after her murder, William says he received a phone call from Darryl Crenshaw, where he apologized for beating and strangling Ashley. William accepted the apology, because as he told his church, “the God Almighty says that vengeance is mine.”

Darryl Crenshaw

Yaser Said: On January 1, 2008, someone brutally murdered teenage sisters Sarah and Amina Said, shooting the girls to death in the back of a taxi cab. When police revealed the identity of the suspected killer, it shocked the nation.

Yaser Said

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