NWGA Scanner | December 28th, 2021

Murray County murder suspect Brandon Wiseman captured in Tennessee Monday

According to a Facebook post by the Scott County Sheriff’s Office, “Sheriff Ronnie Phillips, Chief Detective Dennis Chambers, Drug Agent Kris Lewallen, Detective Abby Duncan, Detective Eric Newport, Detective Lisa Anderson and Deupties Casey Giesler, Jeremiah Adkins and Michelle Sexton along with K-9 Officer Toby Jeffers and K-9 Jax from the Oneida Police Dept. as well as a team of U.S. Marshals and T.B.I. Agent Bill Miller captured Brandon Neil Wiseman in an abandoned Helenwood home at approximately 7:30 PM.” On Sunday, the McMinn County Sheriff’s Office said someone spotted Wiseman in the Englewood/Gudger area. According to MCSO, Wiseman was wanted for murder in Murray County, Georgia, that happened early Sunday morning on Fullers Chapel Road. MCSO said Wiseman had ties to a local business in Englewood. Englewood Police Department said after investigating the business, officers spotted Wiseman with his sister, Jessica Jenkins in a brown 1999 Nissan Pathfinder with a TN license plate 1U7-6J6. Law enforcement said Wiseman took control of the Pathfinder after a chase, let his sister out, and drove across the McMinn/Monroe County line in the Gudger area. MCSO said deputies took Jenkins into custody, saying it appeared Wiseman went into Monroe County and was then taken by a relative to Scott County.