A cold case comes back to life after facial recognition software recognizes an alleged US outlaw who'd been hiding out in Nepal.
The man once accused of murder sets his sights on new endeavors, like Chadder -- the privacy-focused social messaging app for mobile devices.
A woman flees to Mexico, perhaps in the belief that she won't be caught there. Her confidence reportedly spills over into a tweet. It is misplaced.
Taunting the police on Facebook has limited benefits -- as one wanted man in the U.K. discovers when it takes police just 12 hours to catch up with him. They leave him a taunting message on Facebook in return.
More than a dozen pages appear on the social network as a manhunt stretched across Southern California for the suspect in the killing of three, including a police officer.
Sought in connection with a murder in Belize, the fugitive antivirus software pioneer has been arrested for entering the country illegally, according to published reports.
A man who is on Utica, N.Y., police's 10 most wanted list, allegedly dares police on Facebook to come catch him. He even posts video of himself walking into a police station. Somehow, the police cannot resist the challenge.
A British man, who was being sought by police in the brutal death of an ex-girlfriend, has been found hanged.
Known as 1378 (km) because of the length of the border between the former East and West Germany, the game has some people angry because it depicts the shooting of East German refugees fleeing into West Germany.
Craig "Lazie" Lynch, who broke out of jail and taunted police with Facebook updates and had 40,000 fans, has finally been apprehended.