This Week on America's Most Wanted

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Sarah Pender: Less than two hours after AMW viewers saw Sarah Pender on the Top Ten Fugitives of 2008 show on Dec. 20, 2008, a quick-witted tipster went straight to authorities after recognizing her. Chicago Police wasted no time on following up on the tip, just in time to catch Pender as she was packing her bags to take off.


Jose Perez: In December 2004, Ingrid Perez was living with her father and three brothers in Miami Beach, Florida, until the night cops say Ingrid’s father – Jose Antonio Perez – sexually assaulted her.


Jesus Duran: He was a Mexican-educated Texas schoolteacher, but cops say Jesus Duran crossed the line when he began inappropriately touching students. 


Pedro Farjado: Cops say Pedro Ulloa Fajardo went to his wife’s home on the evening of October 15, 2008 to hash out some differences that had been complicating their relationship. What cops know now is that Fajrado had no intention of mending their relationship — he intended to end it forever. 


Haleigh Cummings: Cops say missing girl Haleigh Cummings’ father and his 17-year-old girlfriend have voluntarily taken polygraphs, but police aren’t releasing results. Searchers from more than ten agencies continue to scour Satsuma, Fla. for 5-year-old Haleigh by land, sea and air, and cops say members of Texas Equusearch plan to begin a search for the girl Friday.


Unknown Rory Forehand Killer: While attending a Harlem support group over the death of his sister, Helen Hill, Jake found that there were countless other families who suffered the same horrible pain. That’s why he sought out the help of AMW, again, to find the person who murdered a man he’d learned so much about but never even met.
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