Initial plans called for the website, http://opmg.hqda.pentagon.mil/, to be up by the end of 2014 and to feature the top 10 fugitives. Instead, the site lists 24 cases, including five men who already have been captured. Jereme Dale Mathieu, wanted on charges of domestic assault and spousal abuse, was brought in Feb. 5, according to the website; a Facebook page with his name and image was active until late November.

Other cases have been open far longer, according to the site:

  • Darryl Leandra Grigsby, wanted for aggravated assault, attempted rape and other charges, has been off the Army's radar since 1980. He's one of three listed fugitives without available photos.
  • Andres Marquez Carillo, a former supply sergeant wanted on homicide charges, went missing in 1981 and was last seen in Spain.
  • Rogelio Armando Quinn has evaded Army officials since 1983 and is identified by a blurred black-and-white mugshot that has a staple through it. He's facing charges of attempted murder and rape, among others.

The site resembles similar efforts from the Air Force Office of Special Investigations and the Naval Criminal Investigative Service. It includes contact information for Army Criminal Investigation Command and links to other Army law enforcement resources.

Maintained by the Office of the Provost Marshal General, the site had been under consideration and/or in development for several years, beset by legal and technological hurdles. An Oct. 23 directive by Army Secretary John McHugh authorizing the site's creation spurred renewed interest.