One Of TBI’s Most Wanted Arrested In Manchester

Earl Antonio Taylor... Photo provided by the TBI

Earl Antonio Taylor… Photo provided by the TBI

30-year-old Earl Antonio Taylor, a fugitive who was recently added to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s Most Wanted list has been captured in Coffee County.
Taylor, of Winchester, was found late Sunday night at the Scottish Inn Hotel in Manchester and taken into custody without incident.
Taylor was wanted by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office for Criminal Homicide in connection with the shooting death of Angela Kibble that occurred in Shelbyville on September 14th. He was added to the TBI’s Most Wanted list on October 8. Kibble was found dead the same morning that her son, Michael Domonic Sales, was arrested for murdering a Lincoln County man. According to Shelbyville Police, investigators believe the two cases are linked.
Taylor was booked into the Coffee County Jail and later he’ll be transferred to Bedford County.
Last week, David Darrell Fletcher of Winchester was arrested in connection to the shooting death of Angela Kibble. Fletcher, 30, was booked into the Bedford County Jail, where he is being held on a $2,000,000 bond. Fletcher was picked up at the Coffee County Jail, where he was serving time on separate charges.