Photos: FBI's top fugitives arrested within the Denver division
Last week, the FBI added onetime Coloradan Edwin Ernesto Rivera Gracias to its Ten Most Wanted list. In conjunction with this announcement, the agency also put together two other most-wanted compilations focused on Denver, including one called the "Top Ten Fugitives Arrested/Located Within the Denver Division" -- although, strangely enough, there are fourteen of them. Guess math wasn't their best subject. Look below to see vintage mug shots of the entire group, including crimes committed and the dates when they were among the ten most wanted fugitives in the country.
Big photos below.
"Barney took four hostages in a condominium in Denver, Colorado. After two escaped and the police negotiated the release of the other two hostages, Barney killed himself."
Everett Leroy Biggs, number 240.
Everett Leroy Biggs:
Dates listed: 11/21/66-12/1/66
Armed robbery, bank robbery
"Due to an FBI investigation, Biggs was arrested in Broomfield, Colorado."
"Bishop was arrested in Aspen, Colorado, by the FBI after a citizen recognized him from an Identification Order. He had been working as a kitchen helper."
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