Loudon Co. Sheriff’s Office arrest fugitive who may be suspect in kidnapping

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GREENBACK, Tenn. (WATE) — The Loudon County Sheriff’s Office arrested a fugitive late Tuesday who may be a suspect in the kidnapping of a female victim. LCSO patrol, detectives, and K-9 units arrested 40-year-old Sammy Stillwell after an extensive search in the area of National Campground Road.

Stillwell has multiple outstanding warrants out of Blount and Monroe Counties, according to an LCSO release. He is also facing felony charges in Loudon County.

Stillwell was transported to the Loudon County Detention Facility and will be held pending a bond. He will be transferred to both Monroe and Blount County Detention Facilities to face outstanding charges in each of those counties.

The Loudon County Sheriff’s Office said the Tennessee Highway Patrol and Knox County Sheriff’s Office Aviation Unit assisted in the search.

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