And then their were eight...FBI Top Ten list now has two slots to fill
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is in the process of selecting two new wanted fugitives after the capture last week of Yasar Abdel Said in Texas leaves their famous FBI Top Ten with just eight slots filed.
Said was a capital murder suspect wanted in connection with the homicide of his two teenage daughters, Amina and Sarah. He was without incident last week in Justin, Texas, by agents from the FBI’s Dallas Field Office.
In June, Santiago Villalba Mederos was arrested without incident in Tenancingo, Estado de Mexico, Mexico. Mederos is currently in jail without bond awaiting trial for a pair of murders in Washington state.
That leaves just eight fugitives on the current list, and officials with the FBI say the process to name new wanted individuals ton the high profile group is a deliberate process than can take up to ninety days.
Today in Fort Smith will continue to highlight the remaining individuals on the Top Ten list, posting the wanted poster of one suspect every third day.
Here are the current individuals remaining on the FBI Top Ten Most Wanted list: