FBI Most Wanted Fugitives List: The Worst Criminals of 1966

About the worst criminals in America in 1966 according to the FBI most wanted fugitives list including Charles Lorin Gove and Robert Clayton Buick.

Most Wanted, 1966

CHARLES LORIN GOVE. Crime: Wanted for bank robbery and prison escape. Conclusion: FBI agents plucked him out of a Mardi Gras crowd in New Orleans the same day his name was added to the fugitives' list.

ROBERT CLAYTON BUICK. Crime: Charged in a series of California bank robberies. Conclusion: This part-time bullfighter was apprehended 5 days after he was added to the list.

DONALD ROGERS SMELLEY. Crime: Armed robbery. Conclusion: Smelley vowed not to be taken alive. He was, however, finally seized by agents in Hollywood, Calif.

EVERETT LEROY BIGGS. Crime: Bank robbery and armed robbery. Conclusion: Biggs was taken by surprise outside his Colorado hideout.

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