|About a month and a half ago, we heard the story of
the Loudon County jail
refused to come out of his cell. Ultimately a K-9 unit was deployed
on the inmate to extract him from his cell. At the time he was described
as an "agile inmate." The same "agile inmate" Gorden Dale Narmore of
Loudon has apparently skipped out on his incarceration.
According to Loudon County Sheriff, Tim Guider, the sheriff's office received a court order from Criminal Court Judge Eugene Eblen on May 26th stating that Narmor was to be released for a doctor's appointment. The order also required that Narmor was to return to the jail the same day. Unfortunately, Mr. Narmor failed to return to the jail as stated in the court order.
Narmor is still on the lam and is now in violation of the court order. A warrant has been issued for his arrest. Lenoir City and Loudon Police Departments and the sheriff's office are actively searching for Mr. Narmor. If you have information on Narmor's whereabouts, you are asked to contact the sheriff's office.