America's Most Wanted may have come in second in the key demos Saturday
night, but it was first in the hearts of law enforcement as the long-running Fox
show registered another catch.
After seeing himself on the show, a man wanted in connection with the car
bombing of his half-brother in Washington, D.C.'s Maryland suburbs turned
Prescott Sigmund, who had fled the D.C. area after being sought in connection
with the July bombing that injured his half-brother, surrendered to Montana police
Saturday, the same day he saw his story on AMW, authorities there