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  • FBI, DEA, State Department, even the Environmental Protection Agency and the US Postal Service

  • all have their own most wanted criminals, and these are some of the worst home-grown

  • criminals you might be living next door to.

  • Jason Derek Brown Wanted by: FBI

  • Jason Derek Brown is wanted by the FBI for the murder of an amored card guard in 2004.

  • Waiting in ambush outside a movie theater, Brown shot the guard while money was being

  • loaded onto the vehicle, then fled with the stolen cash.

  • Brown speaks fluent french and has a penchant for showing off his money.

  • According to the FBI, Brown habitually frequented nightclubs and flaunted his wealth- probably

  • because his personality sucks and he had no other way of attracting women.

  • A wanted man- by the FBI, not women- Brown is still on the run and is believed to be

  • armed and dangerous.

  • He has family ties to California, Arizona, and Utah where he's believed to frequent.

  • He might also be in your local ER after the absolute roasting Infographics just served

  • him.

  • If you come across Brown, the FBI is offering a $200,000 reward for information leading

  • to his arrest.

  • Erik Flores Elortegui Wanted by: Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and

  • Firearms

  • Erik Flores Elortegui is wanted by the ATF for making false statements in connection

  • with the acquisition of firearms and for smuggling weapons.

  • Indicted in 2015, Elortegui was busted in connection with a Mexican military operation

  • that discovered assault rifles, pistols, and even .50 caliber rifles along with thousands

  • of rounds of ammunition, all smuggled into Mexico from the US.

  • Shortly after his indictment Elortegui is believed to have fled the country, and is

  • likely residing in Mexico where he probably has strong cartel affiliations.

  • Rafael Caro Quintero Wanted by: DEA, FBI

  • A notorious Mexican drug lord, Rafael Caro Quintero was arrested after the torture and

  • murder of an American DEA undercover agent in 1985.

  • After bribing a police chief, Quintero fled to Costa Rica, where he was later arrested

  • and extradited back to Mexico.

  • For his crimes, Quintero was sentenced to 40 years in prison- until his sudden and unexpected

  • release in 2013 after serving 28 years.

  • Released on a technicality and totally not due to corruption or bribes, a state judge

  • ruled that Quintero was improperly tried in a federal courtroom for state-level crimes,

  • and thus released Quintero with little warning after having completed the sentence for his

  • state-level crimes.

  • The move prompted outrage from the United States and federal Mexican prosecutors.

  • Quintero however has not been seen since his release, despite an extensive manhunt by Mexican

  • marines.

  • Today it's believed Quintero is once more a part of the drug trade, and the United States

  • is offering a $20 million bounty for information leading to his arrest.

  • Ayman al-Zawahiri Wanted by: FBI, US State Department

  • Ayman al-Zawahiri is the current leader of the mostly defunct al-Qaeda terrorist group.

  • Indicted by the US for his role in the 1998 US embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania,

  • which killed 224 and injured 5,000 others, al-Zawahiri is also believed to have helped

  • plan and coordinate both the USS Cole attack in 2000, and the September 11th, 2001 attacks.

  • al-Qa'ida's abilities to operate has been seriously curtailed thanks to huge international

  • counterterrorism pressure on the group, yet al-Zawahiri is still engaged in attempts to

  • recruit, train, and plan attacks against the US and other western nations.

  • For his roles in past terror attacks and continued leadership of al-Qaeda, al-Zawahiri is wanted

  • by the United States Government, which has placed a $25 million bounty on his head.

  • Richard Bauder Wanted by: Environmental Protection Agency

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  • Richard Bauder is wanted by the Environmental Protection Agency for conspiracy to defraud

  • the United States, commit wire fraud, and violate the Clean Air Act.

  • As an executive with automobile manufacturer Audi, Bauder along with three other executives

  • plotted ways to cheat US emissions testing starting in 2006.

  • Audi was unable to design a vehicle that could meet US diesel emission standards and include

  • a sufficiently large AdBlue tank- a fluid which is injected into diesel exhaust to reduce

  • the amount of nitrogen oxide emitted by the vehicle.

  • Instead, Bauder in conjunction with other Audi executives, plotted a way to cheat US

  • emissions testing.

  • When an Audi vehicle underwent emissions testing, the AdBlue tank would automatically dose the

  • exhaust with higher levels than normal, thus fooling the testers into believing the vehicle

  • met emissions standards during operation.

  • Bauder's conspiracy to cheat the Clean Air Act resulted in the addition of millions of

  • tons of nitrogen oxide into the atmosphere, all because Audi wanted a larger trunk with

  • a nice speaker system.

  • We're not kidding- that's literally the reason the company turned to cheating instead of

  • simply building a larger AdBlue tank.

  • Sandjar Agzamov Wanted by: Immigration and Customs Enforcement,

  • FBI

  • Sandjar Agzamov is wanted by Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the FBI in conjunction

  • with a modern day slave ring and human trafficking.

  • In 2005 US law enforcement became aware of a possible human trafficking ring in Kansas

  • City, Missouri.

  • The investigation centered on a labor service business named Giant Labor Solutions, which

  • offered laborers for various industrial and residential projects.

  • For four years GLS was investigated by a taskforce comprised of various state and federal organizations,

  • resulting in a sting that captured Abrorkhodja Askarkhodjaev along with numerous other senior

  • members of a large-scale human trafficking and slave labor ring.

  • The ring preyed on recent legal and illegal immigrants, coercing or sometimes even forcing

  • them to work under slave-like conditions.

  • Sandjar Agzamov managed to avoid capture by US authorities and fled the country.

  • Today he is believed to be residing in his native Uzbekistan.

  • Derrel Brown Wanted by: US Marshals

  • Recently put on the US Marshals most-wanted list, Derrel Demon Brown is wanted on charges

  • of receiving and concealing a stolen firearm and two counts of homicide.

  • On March 13, 2019, Brown murdered his girlfriend, Cherletta Baber-Bey, and her 25-year-old niece,

  • Keyona Griffin.

  • On a search of the house, police found the murder weapon, a stolen firearm, and evidence

  • that Brown had committed the double homicide.

  • Police believe that he has been helped in his flight from the law by family in Wisconsin,

  • Arizona, Georgia, and Ohio.

  • For information leading to his arrest, the US Marshals are offering a reward of $25,000.

  • Suspect Unknown Wanted by: United States Postal Service

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  • On July 13th, 2021, a US Postal Service letter carrier was robbed at gunpoint on the 3000

  • block of North 4th Street, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

  • The attack occurred at approximately 4:15 pm, resulting in the theft of various packages,

  • letters, and petty cash.

  • For information leading to the arrest of the perpetrators of this attack, the United States

  • Postal Service is offering a $50,000 reward.

  • James Tait Praefke Wanted by: Naval Criminal Investigative Service

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  • James Tait Praefke is wanted by the Naval Criminal Investigative Service for escaping

  • confinement.

  • In 2005, Praefke, a US Navy petty officer serving with the Electronic Attack Squadron

  • 133 at Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, was convicted of mishandling and stealing a grenade

  • along with other explosives.

  • The Afghan war veteran managed to break out of his holding facility and has been on the

  • lam since.

  • Described as a 'terrorist' by his now ex-wife, Praefke is known to have far-right militia

  • views and is warned to be armed and dangerous.

  • An avid outdoorsman, Praefke is believed to have spent much of the last 16 years living

  • off the land in various wildernesses, but in 2020 officials believed he had spent time

  • in the Florida Keys in the company of like-minded militia individuals.

  • Holding extremist anti-government views, Praefke is considered a threat to public safety.

  • The Naval Criminal Investigative Service is offering an unspecified reward for information

  • leading to his arrest.

  • Various Domestic Terrorists Wanted by: FBI

  • The Federal Bureau of Investigation is requesting the public's aid in identifying numerous individuals

  • involved in the January 6th 2021 domestic terrorist attack on the US capital.

  • Amongst the charges still being pursued are unlawful entry into the US Capitol building,

  • destruction of property, assaulting law enforcement personnel, and targeting members of the media

  • for assault.

  • In particular, the FBI is offering a $100,00 reward for any information leading to the

  • arrest of the individual or individuals responsible for the placement of several pipe bombs throughout

  • Washington D.C. on the day of the terrorist attack on the capital.

  • Oudit Narain Seenarain Wanted by: Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and

  • Firearms

  • Oudit Narain Seenarain was arrested in 2005 for federal firearms trafficking charges,

  • but upon making bail failed to make his court appearance.

  • Discovered attempting to smuggle firearms to his native Guyana, Seenarain also faces

  • charges in Georgia for assault, and intent to distribute controlled substances- cocaine,

  • ketamine, and ecstasy- as well as receiving stolen property.

  • Despite petitioning for his successful removal from Interpol's wanted criminal list, the

  • US Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms is still looking for any leads that could

  • lead to his arrest.

  • A raid of his home in Guyana by local authorities discovered unspecified illegal items, and

  • led to brief cooperation between US and Guayan authorities in an attempt to capture the fugitive.

  • Attempts have remained unsuccessful however.

  • IsmaelEl MayoZambada-Garcia Wanted by: DEA

  • Ismael Zambada, nicknamedEl Mayo”, is a Mexican drug lord and leader of the Sinaloa

  • Cartel.

  • Starting as a small-time thug, Zambada began his criminal career by smuggling a few kilos

  • at a time over the US border.

  • Zambada very quickly made a name for himself, and consolidated power, eventually rising

  • to leadership of the Sinaloa cartel.

  • In 2006, the administration of Mexican president Felipe Calderon began a massive offensive

  • on Mexico's drug cartels, hitting the Tijuana cartel especially hard, as it was the largest

  • at the time.

  • This weakening of the dominant cartel encouraged Zambada and others to encroach on Tijuana

  • territory, leading to all-out cartel war.

  • Today Zambada is 73 years old and suffering from diabetes.

  • For information leading to his arrest, the Drug Enforcement Agency is offering a $5 million

  • reward.

  • Hafiz Saeed Wanted by: US State Department

  • Hafiz Saeed is a Pakistani national and former professor of Arabic and Engineering.

  • He is also the founder of Jamaat-ud-Dawa, a radical Islamist organization dedicated

  • to the establishing of independent Islamist rule over various territories in India and

  • Pakistan.

  • He is also the founding member of its military branch, Lashkar-e-Tayyiba, and is suspected

  • of being the mastermind behind various terrorist attacks.

  • The most well-known of these attacks is the 2008 Mumbai attacks, which resulted in 166

  • deaths, including six Americans.

  • Wanted by the US State Department, India, and the UN, the United States holds a $10

  • million reward for information leading to Saeed's arrest.

  • Cristian Tejada Wanted by: Environmental Protection Agency

  • A Bronx, New York resident, Tejada is wanted by the Environmental Protection Agency for

  • conspiracy to violate the Clean Air Act, conspiracy to defraud the United States government, and

  • failure to appear for sentencing.

  • Tejada, full name Christian Alberto Tejada Corporan, worked as an auto mechanic and emissions

  • inspector in New York City.

  • Then in 2009 until 2013, Tejada began a side business by buying and selling motor vehicle

  • simulator devices which could be used to cheat motor vehicle emissions inspections.

  • Operating from an online business named Sincere Auto Scan Inc, Tejada bought, programmed,

  • and sold the devices across the country.

  • Tejada pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to violate the Clean Air Act and defraud the

  • United States government, then after making bail, failed to appear for sentencing.

  • He is believed to be back home in his native Dominican Republic, and the Environmental

  • Protection Agency has offered an unspecified reward for information leading to his arrest.

  • Robin Alonzo Ayala-Martinez Wanted by: Immigration and Customs Enforcement

  • Robin Alonzo Ayala-Martinez is wanted by Immigration and Customs Enforcement for immediate removal

  • from the United States.

  • Ayala-martinez was previously removed from the US on November 2nd, 2009, and on two prior

  • other occasions.

  • All three times he was deported back to Guatemala.

  • He holds convictions for felony attempted home invasion- third degree, domestic violence,

  • operating while intoxicated, controlled substance use, breaking and entering- illegal entry

  • without owners permission, and malicious destruction of property.

  • On March 22nd, 2017, Ayala-Martinez was charged with alien felon reentry, and attempts to

  • remove him continue to this day.

  • He was last seen in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

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