A look at the murder trial of the rich, powerful, eccentric and arrogant millionaire cross-dresser Robert Durst. A fugitive for a time, he was only caught because he tried to steal a sandwich instead of paying for it.
Running to Mexico may be a no-brainer, but it’s also the first place Feds will look. Here is a list of some more creative destinations for fugitives from the law.
Convicted rapist and heir to the Max Factor cosmetics fortune, Andrew Luster was apprehended early on the morning of June 18, 2003, in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, by bounty hunter Duane “Dog” Chapman.
A jilted ex-girlfriend will spend 20 years in prison for poisoning her former beau and his new lover with a tainted bottle of Jagermeister.
On May 31, 2003, the long search for one of the nation’s most notorious domestic terrorists was at last brought to an end when a young rookie police officer made a surprising find behind a grocery store.
On May 28, 1981, the ex-wife of Laurie “Bambi” Bembeneck’s police officer husband was murdered in her home with his gun. When the man at the center of their rivalry has an alibi, suspicion quickly turned to Bembenek, who had access to the gun and the victim’s home.
A man suspected of killing two wives and a girlfriend has been captured in Canyon Lake, Texas, where he has been living a quiet life at age 73. Authorities in Comal County arrested Felix Vail over the weekend. He is now charged with the 1962 drowning death of his first wife, Mary Horton Vail.
The FBI can cross another fugitive off of its Top Ten Most Wanted list. Accused child pornographer Eric Justin Toth, on the run since 2008, was captured in Nicaragua over the weekend.
Lita Sullivan, 35, was just hours from a divorce settlement, when a hit man delivering a box of long-stemmed roses, fired a .9 mm round into her head, killing the Atlanta socialite. Suspicion quickly fell on her now-wealthy husband, who managed to elude justice for 19 years.
After 17 months on the run Saleh Hadri decided to turn himself in for the murder of a gang leader in Malmö, Sweden, but was told that the police station was closed for the day. So what’s a guy gotta do to get arrested in Malmö anyway?