Aryan Nations Gang Member on the Run After Shooting Tennessee Police Officer

Aryan Nations member at large after shooting cop with shotgun

Aryan Nations gang member on the run after allegedly shooting Tennessee police officer

The TBI is offering up to a $2,500 for information that leads to Ronnie L. Wilson's capture for attempted first degree murder of a police officer.

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


Officer David Williams is out of the hospital after being shot.


An East Tennessee man is at large after shooting at a police officer.

"Thank God that the officer that was shot is doing okay, thank God for that and his family".

Ronnie Lucas Wilson was added to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation's Top 10 Most Wanted list Friday morning.

An alleged white supremacist shot a police officer who tried to pull him over for speeding and is now at large, "armed and risky", authorities said.

Officer Williams was transported to UT Medical Center to treat a gunshot wound to the shoulder, where he was later released Friday morning.

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"If you see this vehicle, if you know this individual, do not try to intervene", Rausch said.

Authorities recovered what is believed to be Wilson's vehicle early Friday.

Let law enforcement handle this, ' Chief Rausch said, according to WKYC.

Aryan Nations, described by the Anti-Defamation League as the "largest white supremacist prison gang in Tennessee", had more than 230 members as of a May 2016 report by Knoxville-based NBC-affiliate WBIR-TV.

Wilson, who is already well-known by local law enforcement was sentenced to three years in prison in 2011 for aggravated burglary.

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.

"The gang borrowed its title from the older neo-Nazi group of the same name, though the two are separate groups with few connections", the website reads.

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