Investigators in the Chattanooga Division of the Smoky Mountains Fugitive Task Force, as well as deputies with the Meigs County Sheriff’s office began an investigation on June 4 identifying that Knight is still in the Meigs county area.
Lt. Detective Scotty Wiggins of the sheriff’s department said investigation has revealed Knight has family members in Louisiana and Minnesota. Wiggins also said Knight formerly lived in the North No Pone community of Meigs County near Highway 30. Knight is described as being a white male, 5-feet, 8-inches tall and weighing 230 pounds. He has brown eyes and black hair.
Anyone having any information on Knight or his whereabouts, is asked to contact the U.S. Marshal Service at 865- 545-4182 Extension 231, or the Meigs county Sheriff’s office at 423-334-5268.
Law enforcement and first responders stayed busy this morning answering calls of car crashes. No serious injuries were reported as drivers attempted to travel to their destinations during a rainy morning commute.
According to Bradley County 911, a crash occurred just before 7 a.m. on Old Lower River Road near the WACKER construction site west of Charleston.
The driver of a vehicle slid off the roadway and landed in a ditch. Bradley County sheriff’s deputies were on the scene and shut the roadway down until the the vehicle was removed.
Another crash near the intersection of Walker Valley Road and Maddux Road in Charleston sent Bradley County Fire Rescue responders to the scene where they discovered a vehicle on its top.
The driver of the vehicle had gotten out prior to the responders arrival, according to reports.
That roadway was also shut down as the vehicle was removed.
City and County law enforcement also responded to crashes on Michigan Avenue and Old Tasso roads this morning as well, according to 911.