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There is a touch for a Tennessee inmate wanted to be in the correctional officer murder, and police have warned he is “extremely dangerous”

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A manhunt for an “extremely dangerous” has escaped, Tennessee, inmate, wanted as a person of interest in the murder of a corrections employee to be continued on Thursday, officials warned the public to remain vigilant in light of the possibility of a Test, Ray Watson, has changed his appearance.

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation released a variety of pictures of Watson, 44, on Thursday, the fear, he has changed his image since the start of the West Tennessee State Penitentiary on Wednesday.

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“If you are on-the-spot Test, Watson is not coming. Please call to 911. He is regarded as hazardous, GROUP managing Director, David Rausch told reporters at a press conference on Wednesday night.

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation released a variety of photos of Curtis, Ray Watson, 44, on Thursday, because of the fear that the escaped convict may have changed his view since the beginning of the West Tennessee State Penitentiary the previous day. He is in the picture, from the left to the right side of the other, dating back to 2011 and are currently in detention.
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According to the Commissioner’s TBI, Tony Parker, and the officials, for the first time, heard about Watson’s disappearance on Wednesday morning, after the discovery of the bodies of the correctional administrator, Debra Johnson.

Johnson, 64, was found dead in her home around 11:30 p.m., Parker said, is the home of one of the houses at the beginning of the property where the employees live.

The prison was placed on lockdown, and the official count was carried out. It was at this point that Watson, who is described as a minimum-custody inmate who was working as a farm laborer, was reported missing.

Officials with the TBI and local authorities, and a manhunt is started.

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“She’s led a career more than 38 years of service to the people of this great state,” Parker said of Johnson. “I would like to extend my condolences to the family of Mrs. johnson, who was the victim of this murder.”

The authorities have been called Watson a “person of interest” Wednesday in the murder case.

Rausch has also urged the residents in the area will continue to be “vigilant” and contact the authorities if they see anything suspicious.

“If you are on-the-spot Test, Watson is not coming. Please call to 911. He is considered to be too dangerous.”

The police department shared several photos from Watson’s over the years, such as fear, may be he has changed his appearance. They also have a variety of photos of tattoos that Watson will be more apparent.

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Rausch said that Watson has been added to the TBI’s most Wanted list, but would not say if the suspect was armed, adding that Watson had to leave the area in a tractor, which was found to be little more than a mile from the scene of the crime.

Authorities could not say whether the victim had any contact with Watson before she died.

Watson was a 15-year prison term for a fortified kidnapping conviction in 2013. He is set to be released in 2025. He had previously been convicted of a child abuse conviction, and was released in the year 2011.

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