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stunt in the 1950’s, and has since hosted over 500 names in its 67 year history, with most targets having been apprehended or killed as a direct result. But some have never been caught. When he was caught in 2011, mob boss James Bulger was wanted for a litany of crimes including murder, extortion and narcotic distribution. Kenny Hotcakes is known by another name in the media, but Youtube will strip our ad money if we say it out loud. Leo Joseph Koury was the owner of several Richmond gay bars who spent 12 years, 1 month and 27 days on the most wanted list for fraud and murder.Katherine Ann Power was wanted for her part in the killing of a police officer during two robberies in September 1970.The 13 years, 9 months and 14 days Frederick “The Angel” Tenuto spent on the most wanted list was a record at the time, and it could’ve gone on for much longer if the FBI hadn’t removed him in 1964. Robert William Fisher murdered his wife and two children in Scottsdale, Arizona on April 10th, 2001.Charles Lee Herron, who was not an actual heron, lasted 18 years, 4 months and 9 days on the most wanted list after shooting two police officers dead back in the 1960’s.Glen Stewart Godwin was arrested in 1983 for mugging and killing a Californian man, for which he received a 26-year jail sentence to be served at Folsom State Prison. Saxonburg, Pennsylvania resident Donald Eugene Webb committed the first murder in the town’s history when his attempted burglary of the police chief’s home went awry in 1980. The longest any person has existed on the FBI’s most wanted list is 32 years, 7 months and 1 day, with Victor Manuel Gerena having avoided capture since 1984.