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Happy Hunting: White supremacist on the run, wanted for shooting Knoxville officer


A member of the Aryan Nations gang is on the run after shooting a Tennessee officer in the Volunteer State’s eastern city of Knoxville.

31-year-old Ronnie Lucas Wilson is wanted on attempted first-degree murder charges, violation of probation and aggravated assault. After shooting the KPD officer, Wilson has made his way onto the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s Top 10 Most Wanted list- with a $2,500 reward being offered for information leading to his arrest.

According to the TBI, Wilson was involved in a traffic stop on January 11, when he exited his vehicle and began shooting at Officer Jay Williams with a handgun and shotgun, hitting the lawman at least once.

Bearing tattoos on his neck and with a lengthy history of violence, Wilson is also a confirmed member of the Aryan Nations.

Any law enforcement approaching Wilson is to expect him to be armed and ready for a fight, according to Knoxville Police.

Police have also begun asking for the public’s help in locating Kristin Denise King, who is either with Wilson or being sought after by him.

“Info developed in the investigation indicates Kristin Denise King may be in danger,“ KPD wrote.

Wilson was last seen driving a black mid-70s model Chevrolet Nova with red racing stripes.

“Do not approach,” KPD tweeted to those who may come in contact with Wilson. “Call 911 immediately.”

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