Former DC Teacher on FBI's Most Wanted List

Eric Toth, a third grade teacher, was accused of producing child pornography

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    A former D.C. area school teacher is now on the FBI's 10 most wanted fugitive list. Melissa Mollet has more on the man police have been looking for since 2008. (Published Tuesday, Apr 10, 2012)

    A former DC private school teacher and camp counselor has been added to the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list.

    Eric Justin Toth, 30, taught third grade at Beauvoir Elementary School on the grounds of the Washington National Cathedral when he was accused of producing child pornography in 2008.

    FBI Searches for Former DC Teacher

    [DC] FBI Searches for Former DC Teacher
    NBC4's Jackie Bensen interviews an FBI spokesperson about the newest addition to their Top Ten Most Wanted Fugitive list, Eric Toth. (Published Tuesday, Apr 10, 2012)

    He has not been seen since the day he lost his job and has been on the run ever since the investigation began, according to police.

    Since 2008, police believe Toth has traveled to Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, and Minnesota. Authorities believe he lived in Arizona as recently as 2009.

    Toth has been described as a computer “expert” and is believed to have an above-average understanding of the internet, internet security, and social engineering.

    Eric Toth is described to be 6 feet, 3 inches tall and weighs about 155 pounds. He has brown hair, green eyes and a medium complexion. Toth has a distinguishing mole under his left eye.

    The FBI is offering a reward of up to $100,000 for any information leading directly to the arrest of Eric Toth.