The FBI couldn't catch up with him, but a heart attack did.
A man, the FBI says, was behind numerous brutal beatings of children has died in Kentucky.
His name is John Erwin Kolbek. But when he had a heart attack in Lawrence County last week, his wife gave officials a fake name.
Now, police know he was a wanted man with a violent past in a religious cult.
He was known to the FBI as "The Enforcer" involved in a religious cult and wanted by federal agents for the savage beating he's accused of inflicting on children and adults alike, with the use of a 6 foot long wooden stick.
John Kolbeck has kept the FBI looking for him for 2 years even appearing on America's Most Wanted. He was found by the FBI in eastern Kentucky dead outside the small town of Blain of an apparent heart attack.
According to the Lawerence County Sheriff Department Jennifer Kolbert was contacted by her estranged husband last week. Kolbeck told police her husband called from Somerset saying he was sick, when Kolbeck's wife called police she claimed her husband's name was John Jones, only after he died did authorities figure out who he really was.
According to the FBI Kolbeck was the enforcer in the Tony Alamo Ministries. Alamo is currently serving 175 years in prison for elicit acts with a minor.
Kolbeck is accused fo beating members of the cult, the FBI charged him with felony battery and fleeing charges. Kolbeck is known to split time in Tennessee and Kentucky.
Jennifer Kolbeck, the estranged wife, is not wanted by the FBI, and is not expected to be charged with any crimes.