The 10 men on the list today are wanted for murder, racketeering, and theft. The FBI is offering $100,000 rewards for information leading to their arrest — and details on one man are worth up to $20 million.
People drop off the list if they are captured, dismissed of criminal charges, or no longer fit the FBI’s description as someone with “a lengthy record of committing serious crimes and/or considered a particularly dangerous menace to society.”
When vacancies exist, the Criminal Investigative Division of the FBI asks its various field offices around the country to submit nominations for prospective additions. FBI executives ultimately approve who makes the top 10.
Here’s who is on the list and how they got there.
Robert Fisher, added in June 2002, $100,000 reward
In 2001, Fisher allegedly killed his wife and two children, then blew up their house in Scottsdale, Arizona, according to the FBI.
The Bureau says Fisher is physically fit, and has a noticeable gold crown on his upper left first bicuspid tooth.
“He may walk with an exaggerated erect posture and his chest pushed out due to a lower back injury.”
Fisher can be seen walking and carrying one of his children before committing the alleged massacre in this very grainy video from 2001.
Alexis Flores, added in June 2007, $100,000 reward
Flores is wanted for his alleged involvement in the kidnapping and murder of a 5-year-old girl in Philadelphia.
She was reported missing in July of 2000, and later found strangled to death in a nearby apartment that August.
He has scars on his right cheek and forehead, according to the FBI.
Jason Derek Brown, added in December 2007, $200,000 reward
Brown is wanted on charges of murder and armed robbery in Phoenix, Arizona. In 2004, he allegedly shot and killed an armored-car guard outside a movie theater and then fled with the money.
Brown, a Mormon, speaks fluent French and has a masters degree in international business.
He “enjoys being the center of attention and has been known to frequent nightclubs where he enjoys showing off his high-priced vehicles, boats, and other toys,” according to the FBI.