By Jamie Gibson
Mitchell, South Dakota (AP)

After more than 10 months on the run, Daniel Lee Norman has earned a spot as one of South Dakota’s most highly sought criminals, and for good reason. The drug-trafficking, firearm-toting money launderer has been eluding law enforcement since his escape last spring from the federal prison camp in Yankton.

The U.S. Marshals Service has been actively searching for the 52-year-old and several others the agency has identified as South Dakota’s most wanted felons, a list of criminals that one marshal says profiles the “worst of the worst.”