Armed, dangerous fugitive wanted in duck-blind shooting of 2 men in Tennessee
01/26/2021 11:32 am PST
OBION COUNTY, Tenn. (TCD) --
Authorities were searching for a 70-year-old armed and dangerous homicide suspect in northeast Tennessee Tuesday.
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation special agents asked for the public's help in locating David Vowell, TBI announced Monday.
Two men were found dead "on Reelfoot Lake in Obion County" Monday morning. They were identified as Chance Black, 26, and Zachery Grooms, 25.
BREAKING: TBI Special Agents are asking for help in locating a person of interest in a homicide investigation in Obion County. David Vowell, 70, of Martin is considered armed and dangerous.@TBInvestigation
If you have seen him or know where he may be located call 1-800-TBI-FIND.
Vowell has no adult arrest history record in Tennessee, according to the TBI.
Witnesses to the scene, or anyone who may have seen Vowell or may know his whereabouts is asked to call 1-800-TBI-FIND.
WREG-TV reports Weakley County authorities said the men were out hunting and confirmed that Black was the son of Weakley County Sheriff's Dept. Chief Deputy Mark Black. Black and Grooms were reportedly shot at a duck blind on Reelfoot Lake.
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