19 fugitives wanted by the FBI with ties to the state of Texas


Being wanted by the police isn’t a laughing matter, but in many cases things can be sorted out in a matter of days. When you are wanted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) it’s a whole new level of crime and it’s really only a matter of time before law enforcement catches up with you. When I saw a list of 19 fugitives from the state of Texas wanted by the FBI, I wanted to share this list with you.

This list of fugitives includes crimes dating back to the 1980s and some as recent as 2020. There are both men and women wanted by the FBI and these fugitives are a mix of different ethnicities. It just shows that regardless of your gender or skin color, if you do something bad enough to end up on the FBI radar, they will do whatever they can to capture you and bring you to justice.

Huge variety of crimes for 19 Texas fugitives wanted by FBI

You might think that the FBI only goes after fugitives who commit murders, but as you will see from the list of fugitives below, there are a lot of different crimes that make this list. Yes, there are suspected murders, but there are others that are on the list of white collar crimes, or even counterintelligence.

You never know where these fugitives might be hiding

It might sound crazy, but it is possible that you know one or more of these fugitives, they all have ties to the state of Texas and it is possible that they are your neighbor down the street. Take a look at all of the photos of the fugitives below and if you think you have any information on any of these cases, contact law enforcement immediately.

19 fugitives wanted by FBI with ties to Texas

Take a look at these fugitives, some have rewards of up to $ 5 million.

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