Lance Heflin, Former Executive Producer of ‘America’s Most Wanted,’ Dies at 67

Lance Heflin, Former Executive Producer of ‘America’s Most Wanted,’ Dies at 67
Lance Heflin, former executive producer of “America’s Most Wanted,” died Nov. 15 after a brief hospital stay, his representative confirmed to Variety. He was 67.

Heflin’s work on “America’s Most Wanted” led to the arrest of more than 1,000 fugitives, including 17 from the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Criminals list. During his 22 years as executive producer, the investigative series also reunited over 30 abducted children with their families. At the time of the show’s cancellation in 2012, it was the longest-running series with 25 seasons, a record that has since been surpassed by “The Simpsons.”

Born and raised in Independence, Mo., Heflin — son of late Missouri State Sen.
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