Tenn. police looking for homicide suspect; should be considered armed & dangerous

News

GREENEVILLE, Tenn. (WJHL) – The Greeneville Police Department has identified a suspect in the murder of a man in Greeneville in early October.

According to a release, Stanley Eric Mossburg, 35, has been identified as the individual responsible for the murder of a man outside Celebrity Coin Laundry in Greeneville.

Mossburg, who also goes by WooWoo, is charged with first-degree felony murder, especially aggravated robbery and especially aggravated kidnapping.

Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Office officials confirmed Mossburg is from the Spartanburg County, S.C. area. The sheriff’s office has been assisting Tennessee law enforcement.

PREVIOUS STORY: UPDATE: TBI identifies victim in Greeneville homicide investigation

On October 2nd, police were called to the Celebrity Coin Laundry on East Andrew Johnson Highway after learning of a deceased man at the location.

PREVIOUS STORY: Greeneville Police continue to follow leads in October 2 homicide investigation, release new timeline details

The man was later identified as Christopher Scott Short.

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation was contacted to help in the investigation. They identified Mossburg as the suspect with the help of the Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Department.

Mossburg is believed to have fled Tennessee. The Greeneville Police Department released states they are working with the U.S. Marshals Smoky Mountain Fugitive Task Force to locate him.

According to police, Mossburg should be considered armed and dangerous.

Mossburg’s tattoos (Greeneville Police Department)

Anyone with information on Mossburg’s location is asked to call 911 or 1-800-TBI-FIND.

Copyright 2019 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

Trending Stories

Home for the Holidays
Turkey Day Giveaway
Color Your Weather
Dollywood Ticket Giveaway
Pro Football Challenge
wspa news app free for download choose your store below
download the wspa news app from the apple app store
download the wspa news app from the google play store