An alleged white supremacist shot a police officer who tried to pull him over for speeding and is now at large, "armed and unsafe", authorities said.
Police recovered Wilson's vehicle and are now searching for Wilson himself, whom they describe as "armed and extremely unsafe".
The father of the man on the run Friday after being accused of shooting a Knoxville police officer is asking him to turn himself in. He is a confirmed member of the Aryan Nations and has a history of violence.
It's unclear if he was the only person in the vehicle during the attempted traffic stop. Wilson is wanted by the Knoxville Police and the TBI to face a charge of attempted first degree murder of a police officer.
'Do not attempt to intervene. "Call law enforcement and let us know where he is".
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.
Del Potro, Bautista Agut to meet in ASB Classic final
The Spaniard would defeat the 2009 US Open victor 6-1, 4-6, 7-5 in a touch over two hours on the hard courts of Auckland in New Zealand.
Chinese authorities demolish Christian church
The demolition prompted more 100 church members to protest in front of government offices this week. Authorities periodically arrest pastors or demolish buildings used by unsanctioned congregations.
Facebook Reassures Partners It'll Help Them Adjust to New Policy
Currently, News Feed has been created to share a mix of " public " content from brands along with posts by friends and family. Over the next few weeks, users will begin seeing fewer viral videos and news articles posted by media companies.
Law enforcement agencies across the state are "very familiar" with Wilson, Rausch said, adding that Wilson is listed in a database "as a member of the Aryan Nations gang".
The Knoxville Police Department said that Ronnie Wilson is associated with the Aryan Nation gang.
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.
"It borrows its name from the older neo-Nazi group of the same name but is a completely separate group", according to the ADL.
"Thank God that the officer that was shot is doing okay, thank God for that and his family".