This week you'll be able to catch the following cases on America's Most Wanted, which airs on Saturdays at 9pm on your local Fox station:
Sarah Pender: She served almost six years of a potential 110-year prison term for her role in a double murder, but Sarah Pender decided that enough was enough. On August 4, 2008, police say she broke out of prison -- with the alleged help of a prison guard -- and hit the road. Now, cops need your help to track her down and lock her up again.
John Pezzenti Killer: On December 3, 2007, police detectives were called to a two-story shack in Anchorage, Alaska, where they found a body, soon identified as acclaimed wildlife photographer John Pezzenti, Jr. With no signs of forced entry or robbery, cops say John knew who pulled the trigger, and they hope that AMW viewers can help solve the murder.
Alexis Flores: Mota DeJesus dreads July 29 every year, the day her 5-year-old daughter, Iriana DeJesus, was lured from her Philadelphia home, raped, and murdered. Every year, she hosts a memorial service to honor her daughter's memory, and this year, AMW was there with her.
Kevin Armstead: In the Baltimore underworld of drugs and crime, police say Kevin Armstead fit right in. But it only took four days after his first AMW appearance for an AMW tipster to lead US Marshals right to Armstead, who was wanted for the brutal murder of an innocent man in Charm City.
Javier Trevino: The Orange County, Fla. Sheriff's Office has teamed up with the U.S. Marshals in Orlando to find Javier Trevino, who police say is responsible for killing a young woman and shattering her family.
Christopher Adams: Police in Colonial Heights, Va. are looking for the man they say sexually molested two girls for almost four years. The trial for Christopher Adams was scheduled for March 29, 2005. Adams never showed up and hasn't been seen since.
James Watts: Allegheny County, Pa. police are on the hunt for a violent offender. Cops say James Garland Watts burst into the Clairton home of a good friend and opened fire. Now, a mother is dead and a convict is on the run. Now, cops need the public's help to track down this killer.
Jonathan Ramirez: U.S. Marshals and cops in Colton, Calif. are not relenting in the search for Jonathan Ramirez, wanted for the beating death of a 72-year-old grandfather at a local eatery. Cops say Ramirez and his brother, Omar, savagely beat Enrique Bermudez in May 2006 and fled. Marshals captured Omar in Mexico, but Jonathan remains at large.
Tuen Lee: There were few clues to help police target the attacker who viciously raped a woman in Massachusetts -- except for the suspect's foul breath, which the victim immediately recognized. She says the smell could only be from the manager at the sushi restaurant where she worked: Accused "Bad Breath Rapist" Tuen "Dickie" Lee.
Erick Morales: On May 21, 2001, 15-year-old high school student Quetzalcoatl "Quetzal" Alba decided to cut classes with one of his best pals, 16-year-old Erick Morales. The pair skipped school and went to their hangout, a converted storage closet in a Daly City, Calif. apartment complex. But police tell AMW that something went horribly wrong, and Morales stabbed his one-time friend to death before going on the run with his roommate, Reynaldo Maldonado.
James Roberts: Police say Toby Roberts had a mission, and he wasn't going to stop until it was completed. Cops say he tried to kill his girlfriend, and he was so determined, he used three different tools to finish the job. But he might not have known his girlfriend as well as he thought, because she wasn't going down without a major fight.
Brian Barton: Cops say days after his Washington-based band As Fate Would Have It received a contract from a Southern California company, 25-year-old Brian Barton disappeared. Two years later, Brian's family still hasn't given up hope that the young rocker will be reunited with his family.