Lawrence William Fishman Wanted for Murder of His Father in Silver Spring, Maryland
Lawrence William Fishman is wanted in connection with the murder of his father. FBI agents report that on November 28, 1980, Fishman allegedly entered the home of his parents in Silver Spring, Maryland, and, after speaking briefly to them, shot his mother in the neck and his father in the back. His father, who was shot four times, died at the scene and his mother recovered from her wounds.
After the crime, Fishman went to Virginia where he allegedly disposed of the murder weapon and then disappeared. The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office in Virginia issued an arrest warrant was charging Fishman with murder. On January 5, 1981, a complaint was filed in the United States District Court for the District of Maryland, Baltimore, Maryland charging Fishman with unlawful flight to avoid prosecution.
Fishman suffers from a severe mental illness which may require immediate professional care. He has ties to Maryland, Virginia, Connecticut, Wisconsin, England, and Israel.
Fishman once expressed an interest in traveling to South America and is reported to prefer warmer climates.
In the past, Fishman has worked as a lawyer, cab driver, researcher, lobbyist, writer, and poet.
He may be using the aliases of Lawrence W. Fishman, Lawrence Fishman, Larry Fishman.
Below is a photo of Fishman about the time of the murder and age-enhanced sketches of what he may appear to look like now.
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