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Friday, November 19, 2010

News Flash

Over the years I've glanced at the pictures of the Ten Most Wanted on the post office wall. Naive me thought of them as half way across the United States in a big city. Who should appear on the front page of our little once weekly newspaper this week? The newest one on the list has an address in our town. At least it is across town and not next door but I do know the street. He is probably on his way to Mexico this very minute.

10 comments:

Gerry said...

I am glad he is not your next door neighbor. I just saw on Facebook son Raymond had left Phoenix and was saying hello from El Paso, so he's now on Texas ground! But he's not a Utah outlaw on the run, he just sings like he is. Ha.

Jon said...

Is there a reward for this dude? If so, get your shotgun and go after him (if he isn't already in Mexico)!
When I lived in San Angelo,the woman who lived ACROSS THE STREET from me was featured on America's Most Wanted - - she was wanted for murder. By the time they aired the TV show she had already left Texas for Louisiana, where she herself was eventually murdered!

jack69 said...

Hey, Hey don't open the door to strangers!!! If he is headed for Mexico and the border, he may get into worse trouble, and be a long time dead.
Take care

Lori said...

Wow! Is that the FBI's ten most wanted?

Lisa said...

I had no idea the post office displayed the ten most wanted but I will be sure to check our post office out more closely next time I'm there. I'm with John, get out your shotgun and hunt him down. Probably a big bounty. But be sure to take your man with you LOL!

Marty said...

Yikes ... that hits a bit close to home. I hope you're right about his plans to head to Mexico. I guess with his photo plastered everywhere he'd be crazy to stick around.
Best,
Marty

madcobug said...

Take care Paula.
Helen

FrankandMary said...

I personally always find the most wanted women interesting. ~Mary

Jimmy's Journal said...

I think they should put the ten most wanted on postage stamps. That way, all the letter carriers would always be on the lookout.

Jimmy

Toon said...

What did he do to get on the list??