The world is a dangerous place, not because of those who do evil,
but because of those who look on and do nothing.

~~~ Albert Einstein

Thursday, January 10, 2008

America's Most Wanted 1-12-08

This week on America's Most Wanted the following cases will be highlighted. You can catch AMW at 9pm on your local Fox station every Saturday night.

Boca Raton Murders: Boca Raton, Fla. police are still looking for Nancy and Joey Bochicchio's killer. Cops say their best lead is a composite sketch of a man wanted in another violent attack in Boca Raton. The similarities between that case and the Bochicchios' murders are eerily similar, and police believe the man in the sketch could be involved with the vicious double homicide of mom Nancy and 8-year-old daughter Joey.

Donald Farrell Killer: Saturday, October 27, 2007 was Rowan University's homecoming, a night that brings thousands of people to the campus to celebrate and watch the football game. It was on this night that a group of four to five men brutally beat a 19-year-old student to death as a group of his friends stood by helplessly.

Leonard Ray Harper: Police thought accused murderer Leonard Ray Harper was hiding out in Spain or South America, but now they have confirmation Harper could be back in his old digs -- San Antonio, Texas. A convicted murderer called cops from jail and told them what they needed to know to place Harper back in town.

William Santos: Police say illegal alien William Roberto Santos was considered a trusted member of his community, and was a dedicated member of his church. But police say this farm laborer had a dark secret, and it wasn't long before the whole community had figured out what he was really up to.

Michael Registe: On the night of July 20, 2007, detectives in Columbus, Ga. responded to a shooting incident and found two student athletes shot execution-style inside of a Chevy Blazer. Cops say the suspect is on the run, and may have fled to the Caribbean.

German Ramirez: On April 28, 2006, cops say two unsuspecting women were attacked by the same man, German Ramirez. However, police tell AMW that his first attempted rape involved the daughter of the woman he was dating back in 2005. Over a year later, Ramirez would strike again...two more times. Now, police in South Gate, Calif. are hoping that AMW viewers can help put German Ramirez behind bars.

Ralph Skundrich: The FBI says Ralph Skundrich tried to pull off what he thought was a foolproof robbery scheme. When the plan unraveled, Skundrich was put on house arrest -- but according to agents, his electronic monitoring bracelet wasn't enough to keep this career criminal under wraps.

Unknown “Boots” Killer: The body of an unidentified woman is found, and nobody can ID her -- much less who killed her. She's one of New Mexico's most famous unsolved Jane Doe cases, and while some people say the investigation is ice-cold, one of the state's most respected detectives is refusing to give up: he says there are just too many clues to let go for good. Check out the full story here:

And while you’re at it, be sure to check out our behind the scenes footage of AMW’s Jenna Naranjo returning to her home state of New Mexico to investigate the case:

William Greer: William Greer is following a pattern that has kept AMW viewers and cops walking in his shadows. But can these near misses turn into a long-awaited capture? After airing his case, tips came in saying Greer had joined a church in Georgetown, Ky. Now, cops say he may have been involved in a shooting that took place during the course of a drug investigation in Paris, Ky. When visiting the casefile, be sure to check out the anything but routine police stop Greer was involved in.

James Patrick: Police in Delaware County, Pa. are searching for an accused child rapist with a tricky disappearing act. James Patrick was standing trial on charges that he raped an 11-year-old girl in 1998, when cops say he asked to leave court to call his elderly mother. Cops say Patrick took off, and hasn't been seen since.

Unknown Helen Hill Killer: In New Orleans, young filmmaker Helen Hill and her physician husband Paul were awakened by an intruder -- cops say the next thing they knew, he opened fire. Now, a year later, police have new information that may help find her killer.

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