Ramer community on lookout for Daniel Stanfield

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RAMER, Tenn. — The Eagles took on the Cardinals Thursday night, but not without a close watch from officers. “While ago, there was a state trooper that was here,” Ramer parent Jessica Murphy said. “They just left about 10 minutes ago, so they’ve been patrolling the area, keeping everything on a close lookout.” A search intesified Thursday night for Daniel Stanfield, possibly armed, who McNairy County Sheriff’s officials say fled after an exchange of gunfire. Officers said six rounds were exchanged between Stanfield and David White after a Polaris four-wheeler was stolen from White’s home. “I’ve been robbed before myself, and it just isn’t cool,” Ramer resident Monty Rickman said. McNairy County school officials said they put Ramer Elementary on lockdown Thursday afternoon to make sure all students were going to stay safe. Parents in Ramer said they also have been on the lookout for Stanfield. “It’s kind of scary knowing it’s close to the area,” Murphy said. Parents hope they will not have to be watching for Stanfield much longer. “People work hard for what they’ve got. They don’t need somebody coming out and taking it,” Rickman said. U.S. Marshals along with Hardeman and McNairy County deputies searched several roads through the counties Thursday afternoon. Anyone with information is asked to contact the McNairy County Sheriff’s Office at 731-645-1004.

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