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, May 29, 2008

America's Most Wanted

First, big news from America's Most Wanted:

BREAKING NEWS: Little Nicky Corozzo was arguably the Gambino crime family's most powerful chieftain -- and perhaps its craftiest. Now, a week and a half after AMW took the manhunt for him nationwide, Little Nick Corozzo is in custody in New York City.

Check for the latest details on this breaking story.

This weeks episode of America's Most Wanted will be featuring the following cases, you can catch AMW at 9pm on your local Fox station Saturday nights:

Ft. Myers Eight: Months after detectives recovered a cache of bones from eight men in a wooded area of Fort Myers, Fla., authorities have officially ruled the case a homicide. Cops continue to try to find out who the men are, and whether a serial killer is behind the gruesome mystery.

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 hand had a dark secret, and it wasn't long before the whole community had figured out what he was really doing in Kentucky.

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.

Muammer Aldailam: Muammer "Mike" Aldailam has evaded Bronx police for more than a month, but now leads are flowing in. Police are following leads all throughout North America so they can finally collar Aldailam. In a moment of passion, cops say 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.

George Navarro: Melesio Martinez was known simply as "Daddy" to his two small children. His wife describes him as a hard-working construction worker that worked ten hour days and still had time to play and entertain his kids. That all changed one night in September 2001 when the Martinez family went into a Granada Hills, California liquor store and ran into George Navarro.

Lorenzo Curry & Janora Sanders: Cops say Lorenzo Curry watched himself on America's Most Wanted, then packed up his fugitive girlfriend and their young daughter and hit the road. It was lucky for him, because AMW tips put police only hours behind him. Now, U.S. Marshals are hoping your tips will get them caught for good this time.

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. The day after the woman was discharged, she reported to police that Gaspar had sexually molested her several times. Cops continued investigating, and after making a public appeal, several more victims came forward. Now, he's on the run from the law.

Leanna Warner: Cops in Chisholm, Minn. are not giving up on the search for 5-year-old Leanna Warner. The little girl went missing on June 13, 2003 when she stepped out of her house to go visit a neighbor. Now, cops are looking into people who attended a Chisholm event around the time when Leanna went missing, hoping to find new clues that will help them learn what happened to the little girl.

Sarah Fox Killer: New York City detectives are breathing new life into what seems to be a frustrating, cold case. The body of Sarah Fox, 21, was found murdered after a six day search in 2004. Now, cops are hoping your clues can help catch her killer.