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Homicide suspect found dead

Warren Vincent Crutcher

Update (Oct. 24, 1:10 p.m.): Warren Crutcher was found dead in Hazel Green on Tuesday. His death does not appear to be a suicide.

Local police are looking for a suspect in a quadruple homicide in Lincoln County, Tenn.

Police are seeking the location of Warren Vincent Crutcher, 24. Crutcher has an outstanding warrant for a probation violation, according to police.

He may be driving a rented white 2012 Hyundai Elantra with Alabama tag number 47V29A8.

Crutcher has ties to the Huntsville area, and police considered armed and extremely dangerous.

Authorities said to notify police immediately, but to not approach Crutcher.

Local police can be contacted at 256-772-5658.


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