AWAITING RECRUITS: There are currently only eight fugitives on the Most Wanted Top 10 list, after one member was recently captured and another killed. 1 Rafael Caro-QuinteroCrime: One of the founders of the Guadalajara drug cartel, the Mexican national is charged with kidnapping and murdering a US Drug Enforcement Administration agent in 1985. Reward: One of the program’s largest ever rewards — $20 mllion — is offered for information directly leading to the 66-year-old’s arrest.Most wanted since: 2018 ASSOCIATED PRESS 2 Robert William FisherCrime: The Brooklyn-born former firefighter, 57, is wanted for allegedly murdering his wife and two children, then blowing up their Scottsdale, Ariz., home in 2001.Reward: $100,000Most wanted since: 2002 AP 3 Bhadreshkumar Chetanbhai PatelCrime: Wanted for the alleged murder of his new wife in 2015, while both were working at a Hanover, Md., donut shop. The Indian immigrant, now 28, was last known to be in the Newark, NJ, area.Reward: $100,000Most wanted since: 2017 4 Alejandro Rosales Castillo Crime: Castillo, 20, is suspected of involvement in the shooting death of his girlfriend in Charlotte, NC, in 2015. He was seen crossing the border into Mexico and believed to be living there now. Reward: $100,000 Most wanted since:… Read full this story
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