Knoxville (WVLT) -- After three years of trying to find Johnia Berry's killer, investigators finally made an arrest back in September.
But, a new motion is pointing the finger at someone else.
Noah Thomas Cox, 24 has a lengthy criminal record including convictions for burglary and theft.
He is the subject of a motion filed by attorney Greg Isaacs.
Isaacs represents Taylor Lee Olsen, the man currently charged with murder and robbery in the Johnia Berry case.
The motion asks the the state to provide all the evidence and information that the investigators have gathered on Cox.
In December 2004, Berry was stabbed more than 20 times during a robbery in her West Knoxville apartment.
We'll have more on this story throughout the day.
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