Police Asking For Help In Carjacking Investigation

Knoxville (WVLT) - Knoxville Police are still looking for a second suspect in a carjacking and stabbing.

Police say 42 year-old Richard Cabage called 911 at about 2:30 a.m. Sunday morning and told dispatchers he was carjacked at knife-point near the intersection of Prosser Road and Magnolia Avenue.

Police found the Cabage a few blocks away.

He was treated for a small non-life threatening cut to his face from the incident.

Cabage gave police a description of his stolen Kia Sportage and the suspects.

Five minutes later, police arrested 29 year-old Antoinette Sanders.

There's no word yet on what charges she is facing in connection with the incident.

There is no description of the second suspect at this time.


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