FBI’s most wanted fugitive captured in Nicaragua

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ESTELI, NICARAGUA – The guy that replaced Osama Bin Laden on the FBI Most Wanted List has been captured.  His name is Eric Justin Toth.

In 2008, Toth was teaching at ritzy private school in D.C. when another teacher saw a pornographic image on his camera.  Within hours this once beloved teacher- and former camp counselor- was on the run.

The FBI alleges the 31 year old Purdue grad is a predator that not only possessed child porn, but produced it. It took nearly 5 years and a tip; but the most wanted man in America was captured in Estelí, Nicaragua, about 90 miles north of Managua.

Toth was arrested holding a fake U.S. passport, a fake driver’s license and fake credit cards, apparently all the result of his computer prowess.

Valerie Parlave of the FBI says, “Toth’s arrest marks the 469th arrest of a 10 most wanted fugitive since the inception of the list in 1950.”

No word yet on which slime ball will take over the number one spot.

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