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Father of shooting suspect: "Just turn yourself in"

13 January 2018

He is being sought on a attempted murder warrant.

A manhunt is on for Aryan Nations gang member Ronnie Lucas Wilson.

. He's thankful officer Williams is okay.

The suspect, 31-year-old Ronnie Lucas Wilson from Knoxville, was still on the run Friday according to KPD. KPD Chief Rausch said Wilson used a shotgun.

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Authorities were searching for 31-year-old Ronnie Lucas Wilson, who has an unrelated, outstanding warrant for violation of probation for aggravated assault and who should be considered armed and risky, Rausch said.

The search continued after shooting suspect Ronnie Wilson's vehicle was found on the corner of Jim Wolfe Road and Emory Road in the Corryton area Friday. So we ask that folks if you see the vehicle, if you know this individual, then do not intervene.

At the time he was pulled over, Wilson was driving a black 1970s model Chevrolet Nova with a red stripe on its hood, Rausch said. "Let law enforcement handle this".

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Williams, whose shoulder was wounded, had been released from the hospital by Friday morning, Knoxville Police tweeted.

Wilson on Facebook has posted photos of himself shirtless, showing off a large swastika tattoo on his chest and, on his stomach, a Celtic cross with different images in each quadrant and the words "White Pride Worldwide" around the outside. He was given a three-year prison sentence after he was convicted of aggravated burglary in 2011.

Wilson is believed to member of Tennessee's largest supremacist group, Aryan Nations, and is listed on a government database of known gang members.

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Wilson said he is thankful that the deputy is okay, and he wants his son to turn himself in so no one else gets hurt.

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