As the year comes to a close, there are inevitably a few fugitives who've managed to evade justice – and 2010 is no different. John Walsh has picked out his Top 10 Most Wanted, and we’ve got the list here on AMW.com of the guys you need to be watching out for -- except for Johns No. 1 pick. You'll have to tune in this Saturday to find out who he thinks was this year's worst.
10. Richard Sam
U.S. Marshals say gangbanger Richard Sam has a rap sheet a mile long with charges including attempted murder, weapons charges, assault and much more. Sam, 19, is young, but he's lived a long and active criminal life. Now the U.S. Marshals have added the gang member to their GangTECC's Most Wanted List in the hopes of finally putting him in handcuffs.
9. Fidel Urbina
More than a decade ago, a Chicago woman was brutally beaten and raped; the suspect, Fidel Urbina, was arrested and charged with the crime. While out on bond, Urbina is suspected of committing an even more atrocious act.
8. Paul Winklebleck
Cops say Paul Winklebleck claimed to be a spotter for the Portland Police Department when he offered to drive two young girls home in one of their cars so they could avoid a potential DUI. But the drive quickly turned into a criminal kidnapping when cops say Winkelbleck got on the interstate and drove more than 100 mph to a dark road. The girls managed to fight him off, but he still managed to get away.
7. Christopher Meade
Christopher Meade and his wife, Deana Schermerhorn, went missing from their North Carolina home in November 2009. The next month, police found Deana's body in a shallow grave at the couple's residence. Now cops are searching for Meade, who may hold the key to solving this tragic case.
6. Julio Ceja
In July 2008, Julio Ceja and Jose Garibay invited a teenage girl to go cruising around Boonville, Calif. She jumped into the pickup truck anticipating a joyride, but police say the ride took a terrifying turn when Ceja told the girl she was about to be raped. Despite the brutal assault, she summoned the courage to fight back.
5. Jose Garibay
In July 2008, police say Jose Garibay and Julio Ceja invited a teenage girl to go cruising around Boonville, Calif. She jumped into the pickup truck, anticipating a joyride. But police say the ride took a terrifying turn when when the men told the girl she was about to be raped. Despite the brutal assault, she summoned the courage to fight back.
4. Christopher Deininger
Cops say it was the ultimate con: an innocent-looking teenager with business cards boasting his First Aid skills as a qualifier for baby-sitting jobs he sought. But when the parents left, Marshals say Deininger's true motives became shockingly clear. Now, AMW teams up with Interpol on a worldwide manhunt for Christopher Deininger.
3. Ervis Mecollari
Marenglen Meko ran halfway around the world to escape his alleged attacker, Ervis Mecollari. But one night while watching local news in Connecticut, Marenglen wondered if he could ever get away from the evil that followed him.
2. Robert Lee King
Federal law enforcement officials say Dorothy Smith had no idea what her estranged boyfriend Robert Lee King was capable of -- until one ill-fated night in December when cops say he completely snapped. Now an alleged killer is on the loose, and the U.S. Marshals have made him one of their 15 Most Wanted Fugitives.
1. Jose Corona
New details are emerging in the manhunt for Jose Fernando Corona -- a man accused of decapitating and dismembering his wife with a chainsaw while she was still alive. Cops say Corona test drove a car and never returned it. That truck was caught by cameras at a checkpoint just north of Laredo, Texas, but months later, there are no signs of Corona or the truck.