Most definitely, just as the priorities of the FBI have changed. At the time of the arrest, Downs was working on his 1949 Lincoln automobile.7 Orba Elmer Jackson 3/21/1950 3/23/1950A citizen saw Jackson’s Identification Order in an Oregon post office and recognized Jackson as a farm hand.
Through the 1950s, the list was primarily comprised of bank robbers, burglars, and car thieves. Jackson was apprehended without incident in Aloha, Oregon.8 Glen Roy Wright 3/22/1950 12/13/1950Due to an FBI investigation, Wright was arrested in Salina, Kansas, by the FBI.9 Henry Harland Shelton 3/23/1950 6/23/1950Shelton was arrested in Indianapolis, Indiana, by FBI Agents.
Who actually decides which fugitives go on the list?
The Criminal Investigative Division (CID) at FBI Headquarters calls upon all 56 Field Offices to submit candidates for the FBI’s “Ten Most Wanted Fugitives” list. Gerena 12/15/2016 1968………………..33Victor Manuel Gerena Dates: 5/14/84 - 12/15/16Billie Austin Bryant Dates: 1/8/69 - 1/8/69 (Special Addition)Katherine Ann Power Dates: 10/17/70 - 6/15/84Thomas J.
Just as the composition of the list of “Top Ten” fugitives has changed over the years, the media outlets available for publicizing these fugitives have also changed. Tenuto 5/24/1950 3/9/1964Federal process against Tenuto was dismissed in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, by a U. District Judge.15 Thomas Kling 7/17/1950 2/20/1952Kling was arrested in New York, New York, by local police.16 Meyer Dembin 9/5/1950 11/26/1951Dembin surrendered to the U. Attorney in New York, New York.17 Courtney Townsend Taylor 1/8/1951 2/16/1951Taylor was apprehended in Mobile, Alabama, after a jeweler recognized him from a Wanted Flyer.