I'm almost late on getting this up, but this week's America's Most Wanted is, as always, a must see. You can catch it Sat. nights at 9pm on your local Fox station- or check them out on the web.
Butcher of Mamaroneck: Police in New York are piecing together the mystery of three body parts that washed ashore on opposite sides of Long Island Sound; medical examiners have determined that all three body parts belong to the same person. Now, police are looking into whether or not a serial killer is haunting New York's tony suburbs.
David Creamer: David Creamer not only trafficked child pornography, he had an arsenal large enough to equip a small army, according to indictments. When the charges came down, he hit the road. Now the accused pervert has earned a place on both the USMS Top 15 List and I.C.E.'s Top 10 List.
Alfredo Martinez: Cops say Alfredo Martinez dragged a young man to his death in the streets of Houston. Now detectives need help bringing the victim's family the justice they deserve.
David Green: AMW has put "Daddy Dave" Green front and center throughout Cleveland, Ohio and Knox County, Tenn. Green has been featured on digital billboards in multiple locations; now, because of those billboards, police have new information on Green, who escaped from a Federal Correctional Institution Camp in 2000.
Gustavo Mares: Thanksgiving Day 2006. Cops in Irvine, California receive a heartbreaking call that a woman has been murdered. Even worse, her body was discovered by her 9-year-old son. Police say that 36-year-old Brandi Mares was stabbed in the back with a screwdriver by her brother-in-law, Gustavo Mares.
David Block: Florida cops say David Block concocted a dangerous blue drink for a 14-year-old girl -- one that would make her vulnerable to a hideous crime.
Paul Carpenter: Horst Fietze saved for years to afford the vacation that he and his wife took to Santa Monica, Calif. in October of 1998. The house painter from Lobeau, Germany was enjoying his final evening in Southern California as he walked with his wife and another German couple by the luxury hotels and palm trees dotting the Santa Monica beachfront. Cops say the carefree atmosphere vanished the minute Paul Edmond Carpenter approached with a gun and three friends in tow. Now, the FBI has named Carpenter to their 'Featured Fugitives' list in hopes the last suspect in the murder of Horst Fietze will soon be behind bars.
Omar Mora: Cops tell AMW Omar Mora killed his wife and another man in May 2007. Police aren't sure if Mora is still in the U.S. or has gone south of the border, but they are sure that they need to get justice for the two victims and their families.
Christian Rodriguez: It took nine years of waiting for the woman Christian Rodriguez raped to finally get her day in court. But has too much time passed to get the justice she's waited for?
John Spira: John Spira, a well-known local businessman and blues musician, known as "Chicago Johnny," has been missing for more than a year now. Authorities say the investigation into his disappearance has grown cold -- but there have been some unusual developments.