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FBI searching for Atlanta man wanted for murder

– The FBI’s Atlanta Field Office and the Atlanta Police need your help finding an Atlanta man wanted for murder.

Authorities say they’re looking for 56-year-old Randall Bernard Hampton, a.k.a. “Nard.”

According to a warrant issued by Fulton County, Hampton was chasing a man named Johnnie Wallace to Joseph Lowery Boulevard on Nov. 4, 2017.

When he caught Wallace, police say he stabbed him multiple times with a large knife, killing him.

Officials consider Hampton armed and dangerous and he’s on the Atlanta Police Department’s Most Wanted List.

They believe he resides in empty homes.

If you have any information that can lead to the capture of Hampton please contact Crime Stoppers Atlanta at 404-577-8477.

Read More at: http://www.fox5atlanta.com/news/fbi-searching-for-atlanta-man-wanted-for-murder

FBI searching for Atlanta man wanted for murder – Story | WAGA

– The FBI’s Atlanta Field Office and the Atlanta Police need your help finding an Atlanta man wanted for murder.

Authorities say they’re looking for 56-year-old Randall Bernard Hampton, a.k.a. “Nard.”

According to a warrant issued by Fulton County, Hampton was chasing a man named Johnnie Wallace to Joseph Lowery Boulevard on Nov. 4, 2017.

When he caught Wallace, police say he stabbed him multiple times with a large knife, killing him.

Officials consider Hampton armed and dangerous and he’s on the Atlanta Police Department’s Most Wanted List.

They believe he resides in empty homes.

If you have any information that can lead to the capture of Hampton please contact Crime Stoppers Atlanta at 404-577-8477.

Read More at: http://www.fox5atlanta.com/news/fbi-searching-for-atlanta-man-wanted-for-murder

FBI’s Most Wanted: The Revealing Stories Behind the Men the FBI Is Searching For

The FBI’s Most Wanted List has evolved and changed quite a bit since the “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives List” was started in 1950. Since then, the Bureau’s website reports, 483 of the 517 people wanted for heinous crimes have been apprehended. But what’s more fascinating than the crimes these people committed, are the stories behind them.

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Here is a look at the Top 10 list created in November 2017, and some of the most notorious names to ever be placed on it.

Robert William Fisher — added to the Most Wanted list in 2002

Fisher's mugshot. He is still on the loose. | Altavisionmedia via YouTube

Fisher made his way onto the FBI’s “Top Ten” list for allegedly murdering his wife and two children, then blowing up their home in Scottsdale, Arizona. Read More at: https://www.cheatsheet.com/health-fitness/fbi-most-wanted-revealing-stories-behind-men-fbi-searching-for.html/?a=viewall

Local, state authorities still searching for escaped Macon County inmates

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MACON COUNTY, Tenn. — The fugitive just added to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s Top 10 Most Wanted list has been captured.

Dylan Ferguson was located in Hartsville, Tennessee, just south of Macon County.

Matthew White and Jeffrey Strong, the two inmates who escaped with him, are still on the run.

The trio escaped from the Macon County Jail around 2 a.m. Wednesday after they pulled down a speaker from the ceiling of their cell, climbed into ductwork and got away. They eventually stole a Ford pickup, but then ditched it near a creek.

On Wednesday, there were reports that one of the inmates had been recaptured, but that information turned out to be false.

FBI agents spent decades searching for a mobster wanted in a cop killing. Then they found his secret room.

When investigators picked through the tan split-level house on Maplecrest Drive, a textbook suburban street in Dartmouth, Mass., 60 miles south of Boston, they found something that wasn’t supposed to be there. Inside a closet, there was a secret door. Through the door was a small room. In the room, they found a walking cane.

The search last year shot momentum back into the long-stalled hunt for Donald Eugene Webb. A dog-loving jewel thief with roots in New England’s mafia circles, Webb was wanted in connection with the 1980 killing of Gregory B. Adams, a small-town Pennsylvania police chief, in the longest-running cold case involving a slain officer in U.S. history.

Late last week, local and federal authorities were back at the Maplecrest address, a home owned by Webb’s ex-wife. This time police dug through the backyard, eventually uncovering human remains, according to the Boston Globe.

On Friday, the FBI announced the body was Webb’s. The identification puts

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The FBI spent decades searching for a mobster wanted in a cop killing. Then they found his secret room.


In this photo provided by the FBI, Donald Eugene Webb is pictured in an undated mug shot. (AP/Federal Bureau of Investigation)

When investigators picked through the tan split level house on Maplecrest Drive, a textbook suburban street in Dartmouth, Mass., 60 miles south of Boston, they found something that wasn’t supposed to be there. Inside a closet, there was a secret door. Through the door, stood a small room. In the room, they found a walking cane.

The search last year shot momentum back into the long-stalled hunt for Donald Eugene Webb. A dog-loving jewel thief with roots in New England’s mafia circles, Webb was wanted in connection with the 1980 murder of a small town Pennsylvania police chief, the longest cold case involving a slain officer in U.S. history.

Late last week, local and federal authorities were back at the Maplecrest address, a home owned by

Read More at: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/morning-mix/wp/2017/07/17/fbi-spent-decades-searching-for-mobster-wanted-in-cop-killing-then-they-found-his-secret-room/