A lady has been captured in association with the passing of a sheriff s agent whose body was found in Tennessee in the wake of reacting to suspicious vehicle report.

Erika Castro-Miles, 38, was accused of one tally of first-degree kill, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said.

Specialists said Castro-Miles took part in Wednesday mornings shooting of Dickson County Sheriffs Deputy Sgt. Daniel Baker yet did not discharge more insights about the examination.

Baker a 10-year law authorization veteran, had reacted to an inhabitants 911 call about asuspicious vehicle around 7 a.m. in Dickson County – a little more than 40 miles west of Nashville, TBI representative Susan Niland said.


The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said the Dickson County Sheriffs Office appointee was discovered dead in a watch auto. He had reacted to a report of a suspicious vehicle. The TBI said video confirm prompted the recognizable proof of suspect Steven Wiggins. An enormous manhunt is in progress for him, and a $12,500 remunerate is being offered for data prompting his capture.

After a time of not having the capacity to contact the appointee, Baker vehicle was followed with GPS in a lush region around 2 miles from the area of the underlying call by an officer from another office, as indicated by TBI. Pastry specialist was dead in his vehicle. Investigators recognized Wiggins from video from the region, Niland said. She said a unidentified lady was being met regarding the case.

Wiggins has been added to the TBIs main 10 Most Wanted rundown.

WHBQ has discovered that Erika Castro-Miles has been captured regarding the killing, as per TBI. She is accused of first-degree kill in the continuous examination concerning Bakers demise. Baker once helped save a lady caught submerged in a vehicle and, all the more as of late, helped catch a shooter at a shooting outside a theater, as per Bledsoe.

Bledsoe had a message for Wiggins: "On the off chance that he is tuning in or anybody listening that knows him, that can talk some detect into him that he will hand himself over, that is the thing that he needs to do.

Baker mom, Veronica Bryan, depicted him as a kind and caring young fellow in an announcement to the station.

He cherished his family, and worshiped his significant other and little girl, the announcement said. "He cherished the outside, angling and chasing. He served his nation in the Marines and got back home to serve his locale. He was a dependable worker to all.

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