Photos: FBI's updated Ten Most Wanted list -- and the Colorado crime on it
The Federal Bureau of Investigation has updated its Ten Most Wanted list -- an FBI tradition for more than sixty years. The individuals highlighted this time around include one who made the roster due to alleged actions in Colorado: Edwin Ernesto Rivera Gracias, who's thought to have killed a man and dumped his body in Jefferson County in 2011.
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Look below to see the entire list, complete with photos, sometimes age-enhanced, and details about why agents want these guys in custody so badly.
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ERIC JUSTIN TOTH
Possession of Child Pornography; Production of Child Pornography
Eric Justin Toth, a former private-school teacher, is wanted for allegedly possessing child pornography in Washington, DC. It is alleged that in June of 2008, pornographic images were found on a school camera that had been in Toth's possession. Toth also allegedly produced child pornography in Maryland.
Toth has often been described as a computer "expert" and has demonstrated above-average knowledge regarding computers, the use of the Internet, and security awareness. Toth has the ability to integrate into various socio-economic classes, and is an expert at social engineering. He possesses an educational background conducive to gaining employment in fields having a connection to children. Toth may advertise online as a tutor or male nanny.
Toth attended Cornell University for a year and transferred to Purdue University, where he graduated with a degree in education. Since June of 2008, Toth is believed to have traveled to Virginia, Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin and Minnesota. Toth is believed to have lived in Arizona in 2009.
|Eric Justin Toth circa 2006.|
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A 2009 image.