TBI's Most Wanted
These individuals should be considered armed and dangerous, and should only be approached with extreme caution. Click each picture for more information.
Call 1 (800) TBI-FIND or write to TipsToTBI@tbi.tn.gov to report any information about these wanted individuals.
Cadayreis Myquon Futrell
Reward: Up to $2,500
Futrell is wanted by the Whiteville Police Department and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation for First Degree Murder. He should be considered armed and dangerous.
Date Added: September 27, 2023
Reward: Up To $2,500
Francisco is wanted by the Knoxville Police Department and TBI to face charges of Vehicular Homicide and Leaving the Scene of an Accident.
Date Added: May 9, 2019
Edgar Omar Torres-Rangel
Reward: Up To $5,000
Torres-Rangel is wanted by the Tennessee Highway Patrol and TBI to face a charge of Vehicular Homicide.
Date Added: November 20, 2018
Lorenzo Barr Kamanda
Reward: Up To $2,500
Kamanda is wanted by the Washington County Sheriff's Office and TBI and stands accused of raping a mentally incapacitated patient at a long-term facility where he worked as a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN).
Date Added: March 28, 2017
Bounthavy Mickey Mouthouta
Mouthouta is wanted by the Smyrna Police Department and TBI in connection to the shooting of three people on June 23 at the Souksavahn Restaurant in Smyrna. He may go by the alias of 'Soviet.'
Date Added: July 23, 2013
Cruz-Mena is wanted by the Hendersonville Police Department and TBI to face a charge of First Degree Murder, in connection to an incident on May 4, 2010 in Hendersonville, Tennessee.
Date Added: May 10, 2010
Jose G. Rocha
Rocha is wanted by the McMinnville Police Department and TBI for Criminal Homicide, in connection to a stabbing death on May 30, 2009.
Date Added: June 5, 2009
Robert Houston Sanders
Sanders escaped from the Tennessee State Prison in 1990, where he was serving a sentence for Kidnapping and Armed Robbery. He should be considered armed and dangerous.
Date Added: May 5, 1993
To date, 517 fugitives have been apprehended since the inception of the TBI's Most Wanted program.
Before a Special Agent of the TBI or any other law enforcement official may submit a fugitive to be considered for inclusion in the TBI’s “Most Wanted,” the following criteria must be met:
1. The crime must have been committed in Tennessee and the crime committed must be a “violent felony” and/or major drug trafficking crime (Class A felony); and
2. The perpetrator must have been identified, and a warrant must be on file for the perpetrator’s arrest; or
3. The perpetrator has escaped from a Tennessee jail or detention facility; or
4. The perpetrator must have escaped from the Tennessee Department of Correction.
5. The Director or his designee must approve the addition of the fugitive to the “Top Ten Most Wanted” list.