The first man wanted by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation is 31-year-old Cashman Perkins.
Perkins is wanted out of Chattanooga on charges of criminal homicide, aggravated domestic assault and unlawful possession of a weapon.
The charges stem from an incident on June 8 when police say Perkins fatally shot 40-year-old Francis Smith. Authorities said the motive and circumstances are still under investigation.
Perkins is also wanted in Bedford County for failing to appear on an unlawful possession of a weapon charge, and in Rutherford County on charges of marijuana possession and violating his probation.
His last known address is in the 1100 block of Willow Street in Chattanooga.
Perkins is described as a black male with a bald head and brown eyes. He has tattoos on both of his hands and right shoulder. He is approximately five feet, three inches tall and weighs around 150 pounds.
His criminal history includes drug and illegal weapon possessions. Perkins is considered armed and dangerous.
The second man wanted by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation is 47-year-old Samuel McCurry.
McCurry, of Grundy County, is wanted on four counts of aggravated sexual battery and rape of a child. Authorities said he failed to appear in court for the charges on June 4.
His last known address is in the 300 block of Borne Road in Gruetli-Laager.
McCurry is described as a while male with brown hair and brown eyes. He has a scar on his left chick. He is approximately five feet, six inches tall and weighs 260 pounds.
He has a criminal history of escape and drug possession.
Anyone with information on the whereabouts of either Perkins or McCurry is urged to call TBI at 1-800-TBI-FIND (1-800-824-3463). There is a $1,000 reward for information leading to either of their arrests.