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UPDATE: Manhunt suspect was wanted on 32 burglary counts

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BRADLEY COUNTY, TN (WRCB) -

TBI officials and Bradley County Sheriff's deputies are searching for a man who tried to run over an officer, according to Bradley County officials.

Deputies say a TBI agent made a traffic stop in Bradley County on Harrison Pike at Bancroft Road.

The officer was attempting to serve warrants on 32 counts of aggravated burglary out of Bradley County and violating his federal probation while on supervised released against Howard Callaway.

Officials say the suspect tried to run over the officer and fled. The officer fired shots at the suspect and gave chase.

The suspects drove about two miles before pulling into a field. Callaway and a female passenger April Michelle Gammill,  got out and fled on foot into the woods.

A portion of Harrison Pike was closed while agencies searched for the man but was reopened around 3 p.m.

Callaway is a white male, 6'0," 200 pounds with a tattoo on his right shoulder. He has an arrest history that includes theft, aggravated burglary, domestic assault, being a fugitive from justice, drug violations, assault and vandalism.

Gammill is a white female, 5'8," 155 pounds with brown hair and blue eyes. She has a tattoo on her wrist. She is wanted on a felony warrant for violating her probation on a conviction of three counts of sale and delivery of methamphetamine. She has a criminal history that includes theft, failure to appear and drug possession.

TBI, U.S. Marshal's Service, Bradley County Sheriff's Office, Tennessee Highway Patrol and the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office are involved in the search. If anyone has seen Callaway or Gammill, please contact the TBI at 1-800-TBI-FIND (1-800-824-3463).

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