Suspect in Gatlinburg murder nabbed in Minnesota

From Staff Reports
Anthony Quinn Guidry, 36, formerly of Sevierville, Tenn., was arrested early Wednesday near Duluth, Minn., according to the FBI.
Guidry was wanted by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and the Gatlinburg Police Department for the July 21 slaying of Gatlinburg restaurant owner Kathleen Miller, according to R. Joe Clark, special agent in charge of the FBI's Knoxville Division, Gatlinburg Police Chief Harry Montgomery, and District Attorney General Al Schmutzer Jr.
FBI agents and the St. Louis County, Minnesota Sheriff's Department arrested Guidry, who was wanted on charges of first-degree murder and theft of a vehicle.
According to the FBI, local authorities requested the assistance of agents in locating and arresting Guidry and a federal warrant charging him with unlawful flight to avoid prosecution was issued.
The victim's Lincoln Navigator was recovered at a small shopping center in Duluth, and local media outlets were provided with a photograph of Guidry. Shortly thereafter, the FBI and St. Louis County Sheriff's Department received a tip from a member of the public, who indicated that an individual who appeared to match Guidry's description was staying in a trailer.
FBI and St. Louis County Sheriff's Office responded and determined that the individual in question was Guidry and placed him under arrest.
Guidry was scheduled to be arraigned in Minnesota Wednesday and local authorities were waiting to see whether he waived or fought extradition.