Manhunt continues for man wanted in connection with killing of Tennessee deputy

Tennessee deputy found dead in patrol car, manhunt underway for suspect

DICKSON COUNTY, Tenn. — A Dickson County Sheriff's Office deputy was shot and killed on Wednesday during a traffic stop.

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation said the deputy was found dead in a patrol car. He had responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle.

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Sgt. Deputy Daniel Baker was identified by family as the deputy killed, according to TBI.

The TBI said video evidence led to the identification of suspect Steven Wiggins. A massive manhunt is underway for him.

FOX13 has learned that Erika Castro-Miles has been arrested in connection with the murder, according to TBI. She's charged with First Degree Murder in the ongoing investigation into the death of Sgt. Daniel Baker.

WZTV obtained a background check for Wiggins. It shows a criminal history that includes arrests for kidnapping, domestic assault and resisting arrest.

Sgt. Baker responded to the Sam Vineyard Road area around 7 a.m. for a suspicious vehicle call, according to WZTV. Police lost contact with the deputy. He was tracked via GPS, where he was found dead in his patrol car.

The reward for information leading to the capture of Steven Wiggins now stands at $12,500.