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

Friday, October 31, 2008

This Week At America's Most Wanted

The following cases will air Saturday night on America's Most Wanted, which is shown on your local Fox station at 9pm.

AMW has also issued a Press Release covering this week's episode, which can be view here.

Johnny Brown: Two men convicted of armed robbery escaped from a Georgia prison and cops say one has a violent history. Since his escape, police say he's already kidnapped one woman at knife-point, and this isn't the first time he's gotten out.

Mongol Raid: Agents from the A.T.F., Las Vegas P.D., L.A. County Sheriff, and Montebello, Calif. police swept into 88 locations in several states in a pre-dawn raid Tuesday, Oct. 21, 2008 as part of a mission against the Mongols motorcycle gang. The notorious Mongols have been called a "criminal syndicate on wheels" by one ATF agent.

Cinthya Rodriguez: Kidnap. Ransom. Murder. They're three crimes linked to the disappearance and death of 45-year-old District Court deputy clerk Orlando Duarte, and cops say his much-younger girlfriend, Cinthya Rodriguez, is responsible.

Joaquin Rios: Kannapolis, N.C. police say a man killed his wife in front of the couple's three children as they begged him to stop shooting their mother.

Unknown John McGraham Killer: It's a murder mystery on the streets of Los Angeles. The LAPD is trying to find out who doused a homeless man named John McGraham in gasoline, set him on fire, and left him for dead in front of a community who loved and adored him.

The Grim Sleeper: For 20 years, a serial killer known as the Grim Sleeper has ravaged California families, killing their daughters, sisters, and mothers. Now, AMW has joined forces with the L.A.P.D. to find this mass murderer.

Unknown Ann Pressly Killer: An Arkansas television anchorwoman found beaten at her home earlier this week has died from her injuries. Hospital officials say Anne Pressly, 26, died Saturday at St. Vincent Infirmary Medical Center. Hospital spokeswoman Margaret Preston says family members declined to release any other details about Pressly's death.

Benny Horton: Cops say Benny Dwayne Horton is responsible for killing two people in a fatal car crash on August 26, 2005. They say he lied to investigators -- making them believe he wasn't the one driving -- and before he could be arrested, he fled.

Abdihakim Isse: Cops say bus driver Abdihakim Mohamed Isse is on the run after sexually assaulting a developmentally disabled teenage girl, the last student to be dropped off on his school bus route.