FBI Offers $100,000 For Information On ‘Most Wanted’

December 1, 2008

Montana (Chattahbox) – Edward Eugene Harper, a former Montana truck driver, has been on the run for 14 years following charges filed against him for the sexual abuse of two local children, ages 3 and 8 in Hernando, Missisippi in 1994. It wasn’t long before the children came forward, leading the search of the Harper’s home. When the police entered, he and his wife had already fled, beginning the first of several man hunts involving the man. It wasn’t long before an officer in Utah stopped him for a traffic violation, and he was arrested on all charges, sent back to Mississippi, and released on bail. But after failing to appear in court, he fled once again, and is still on the run, evading capture.

On November 29, 2008, Harper was officially placed on the FBI’s Most Wanted list, and a $100,000 reward has been offered for any information leading to the capture of this fugitive. As of today, he is officially charged with child fondling, sexual battery, conspiracy to commit sexual battery, and unlawful flight to avoid prosecution.

Harper is aged 62, white, approximately 165 lbs., and believed to be heading back to Montana, where he lived and worked for several years. He may be involved in some kind of work involving cattle. He has ties to the Montana Freemen, a domestic terrorist group, and is thought to be a serious risk to children. If you have any information regarding Edward Eugene Harper, please contact your local FBI.


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