The Most Wanted U.S. Fugitive Found Dead in South Carolina Home
According to investigators, one of the most sought after fugitives in the United States died at his home in South Carolina about four months ago, about 16 years after being asked for a child of sexual assault in San Diego. It seems. Frederick Cecil McLean, 70, died of natural causes in July, but his body was not found until November 6, when someone asked his agent to check his neighbor who hadn’t seen him for a while. Said Coroner Karl Addis, Oconee County. McLean has been the 15 most wanted U.S. Marshals since 2006, the year after the San Diego Sheriff issued an arrest warrant for sexual assault on a child and determined that he was at high risk of continuing to attack the girl. It is on the order list.