NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – News 2 is partnering with local law enforcement agencies to track the most wanted suspects from across Middle Tennessee and Southern Kentucky.
Beginning at 4 a.m. on Thursday, Jan. 4 we will be highlighting these suspects throughout the day in each of our newscasts. You can watch News 2 on air or at wkrn.com/live.
If you recognize anyone, be sure to check a list of phone numbers at the bottom of this story.
Charles E. Howell Jr., 30, is wanted by Metro police on a charge of aggravated robbery. Detectives said Howell was a “disgruntled employee” who robbed the Subway restaurant on Lebanon Pike in Hermitage on Oct. 18, 2017 while armed with a gun.
Desmond Amos, 20, is wanted by Metro police on two counts of aggravated robbery. On Nov. 18, 2017, detectives said Amos used the “LetGo” app to lure two victims to a location under the pretense of selling a vehicle, then pistol-whipped one of them, and robbed them both.
Jason Patterson, 46, is wanted by Hopkinsville police in the July 2013 murder of 53-year-old Faye Springfield Wadlington at her apartment on Bassett Avenue. Patterson’s last known address was approximately 200 miles from the murder scene in Lancaster, Kentucky.
Ricky Williamson is wanted by Metro police for the Aug. 11, 2017 carjacking of a woman in the parking lot of the Kroger on Charlotte Pike. Detectives said Williamson asked a woman for money, and when she opened her wallet, he took out a gun and carjacked her.
***CAPTURED on Jan. 10, 2018***
Rontravius Hayes, 20, is wanted by Franklin police for posting nude pictures and videos of a minor online. He faces four counts of aggravated exploitation of a minor and four counts of unlawful exposure.
Angel Delgado, 35, is wanted by Franklin police for multiple counts of auto burglary and fraudulent use of a credit card. He is also a suspect in a home burglary in Franklin’s Sullivan Farms Subdivision and a hit-and-run crash that occurred on Royal Oaks Boulevard shortly after that burglary. Police say he’s driving a 2012 blue Honda Civic with damage to the front bumper.
Dajour Adams, 18, is wanted out of Sumner County for violation of probation. He was originally charged with theft. His last known address is in Gallatin.
Edwin Rodriguez-Collado and David Hernandez, both 27, are wanted by Franklin police on charges of especially aggravated burglary, aggravated assault, and aggravated assault when acting in consort. Police say they are accused of breaking into a home in 2016 and brutally assaulting the resident.
Jonathan Omar Echevarria-Fuentes and Jose Domingo Echevarria-Fuentes are wanted by La Vergne police in connection with a Thanksgiving 2017 home invasion on Tom Hailey Road. Investigators said three men posing as cops kicked in the home’s front door while wearing masks and police vests, then led police on a high-speed chase into Davidson County that ended in a crash. At least one other unnamed suspect is wanted in the case.
Marybeth G. Wharton, 28, is wanted by Metro police on charges of theft and failure to appear. Detectives said she was working as a house cleaner when she stole jewelry, electronics, cash, and other items valued at more than $10,000.
Michael L. Faulk, 37, is wanted by Metro police for home improvement fraud. Detectives said on July 31, 2017, the victim paid the suspect money to perform repairs in his home which the suspect allegedly never completed. There is one active warrant for Faulk, but investigators have said there are likely other victims out there who should file a police report.
Robert Houston Sanders, 53, is wanted by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation following an escape from the Tennessee State Prison in 1990 where he was serving a sentence for kidnapping and armed robbery. He is considered armed and dangerous and a $5,000 reward is being offered for information. Sanders is on the TBI’s 10 Most Wanted list.
Anthony Marquiz Waters, 32, is wanted by Metro police on charges including two counts of aggravated assault, aggravated robbery, order of protection violation, and failure to appear. On July 11, 2017, detectives said Waters found out his ex-girlfriend was pregnant and he punched her in the stomach. Then on Aug. 23, 2017, he is accused of placing a gun to his ex-girlfriend’s head and robbing her.
Catarino R. Garcia, 52, is wanted by Metro police on a charge of aggravated assault. On Oct. 16, 2017, investigators said Garcia strangled his ex-wife, causing her to nearly lose consciousness and leaving her with visible injuries to her neck.
Katie Hill, 53, is wanted by Metro police on charges of aggravated assault and felon in possession of a weapon. On Oct. 6, 2017, detectives said she attacked her boyfriend with a knife, then pistol-whipped him.
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If you have any information on these wanted suspects, check the list below for phone numbers to call Crime Stoppers or local authorities. In some cases, a reward is being offered.
Crime Stoppers: 615-742-7463
Metro police: 615-862-8600
Domestic Violence Division: 615-880-3000
Crime Stoppers: 615-794-4000
Brentwood police: 615-371-0160
Franklin police: 615-794-2513
Murfreesboro Crime Stoppers: 615-893-7867
Murfreesboro police: 615-893-1311
La Vergne police: 615-287-8667 or 615-793-7744
Sheriff’s Office: 615-898-7770
Smyrna Police Department: 615-459-6644
Hendersonville Crime Stoppers: 615-573-5400
Hendersonville Police Department: 615-822-1111
Sheriff’s Office: 615-740-4862
Dickson police: 615-441-9555
Sheriff’s Department: 931-380-5733
Crime Stoppers: 931-381-4900
Sheriff’s Office: 931-296-2301
McEwen Police Department: 931-582-6922
Hopkinsville-Christian County Crime Stoppers: 270-887-8477
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation: 1-800-TBI-FIND
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