KNOX COUNTY, Tenn. (WVLT) - The subject of a manhunt in West Knox County on Monday and another man are facing federal charges for holding up a Lenoir City business.
Joshua Hayworth, 23, and Timothy Chudley, 35, both of Lenoir City, are charged with violating the federal Hobbs Act when holding up the Lenoir City Burger King in late January.
On Monday, Knox County deputies spotted Hayworth in a stolen car.
He took off and launched a massive manhunt that included k-9 units and helicopters.
Deputies say he then carjacked a pregnant woman and later wrecked.
Hayworth faces multiples charges in Knox County.
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