KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) -- Just a day after being added to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigations Ten Most Wanted list, two Knoxville women turned themselves into authorities.
Trina Littlejohn, 28, and Natisha Davis, 23, turned themselves in to Knoxville Police and will be transferred to the Union Co. Jail.
Both women were wanted by the Union Co. Sheriff's Office for Especially Aggravated Kidnapping and Felony Murder charges.
According to the TBI, onm May 19,Littlejohn and Davis, along with two other people, were engaged in a drug deal with a women when they kidnapped her and shot her in the back near the intersection of Bull Run Road and Highway 370 in Union Co. The victim, Lisa Young, later died.
The TBI said the two other suspects had already been arrested for their involvement in the crime.
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