Federal and local law enforcement officials launched a new website aimed at using anonymous tips to capture wanted fugitives in the Bay Area and Northern California.
The suspects were wanted for various crimes including murder, felony assault, robbery, and burglary, police said. A number of felony probation and parole violators were also arrested.
The very technology that the Unabomber railed against during his murderous spree was used Thursday to help some of his victims.
Federal officials announced their capture of a man in Oakland who was on the nation’s 15 Most Wanted list as the suspected killer of another man in November 2010.
SAN FRANCISCO (CBS / AP) — The U.S. Marshals Service is hoping to make a buck from those looking to own a piece of the Unabomber—from his sneakers to a copy of his infamous manifesto. […]
The manifesto and other items belonging to the man known as the “Unabomber” will soon be available for purchase, the government announced Thursday.