On The Loose: FBI Issues Urgent Warning To Protect Girls From 'Imminent Danger' As THIS Dangerous Sex Trafficker Joins Most Wanted List

Written By BlabberBuzz | Friday, 26 May 2023 09:30
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The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has added Donald Eugene Fields II to its Ten Most Wanted Fugitive list following allegations of child sex trafficking.

In an exclusive interview with Fox News Digital, the FBI revealed that Fields had allegedly "manipulated and physically, emotionally, psychologically and sexually abused a number of young girls" in St. Louis for years.

A federal arrest warrant was issued for Fields in December 2020 for allegedly trafficking at least one victim between 2013 and 2017. However, the FBI believes that where there is one victim, there are likely to be many more. Jay Greenberg, special agent in charge of the FBI's St. Louis Field Office, stated that some girls Fields allegedly sexually abused were as young as 11 years old when the abuse began.

Greenberg emphasized the trauma that sexual abuse can cause, stating that "the trauma which happens when somebody when they are young sticks with them for their entire lives." The FBI believes Fields is still in the U.S. and possibly operating in the area, so he has been added to the Ten Most Wanted fugitive list.

Greenberg stated that Fields poses an imminent danger to young girls in the area and that he has connections all over Missouri, frequents casinos, and has spent a lot of his time in Franklin and Phelps counties in the northeast part of the state, as well as Indiana, Kentucky, and Florida.


Fields have a distinctive tribal tattoo on his shoulder, and investigators believe he is likely insisting on cash jobs. The FBI urges the public to come forward with any information they may have about Fields, and the reward for information that leads to his arrest and conviction has been increased to up to $250,000.


Jose Perez, deputy assistant director of the FBI's Criminal Investigative Division, stated that the program's goal is to increase notoriety and publicity for violent individuals who are currently out and to incentivize the public to send tips.

The FBI's Ten Most Wanted list began in March 1950, and Fields is the 531st fugitive added to the list. Of the 531 listed suspects, 494 have been arrested or located, including 163 due to citizen cooperation. The FBI captured eight fugitives from the top 10 list in the last five years.

Anyone with information about Fields, or any other fugitives on the top 10 list, is asked to call the FBI's tipline at 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-800-225-5324). Individuals may also contact their local FBI office, the nearest American Embassy or Consulate, or submit a tip online at tips.fbi.gov.