SAN DIEGO - The search for Dunn Everett ended after police arrested him and his wife Tuesday afternoon on County Road 145.
Everett was wanted for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after a verbal argument with his 66-year-old father ended with several knife wounds.
A Jim Wells County Deputy pulled over a suspicious vehicle. When he approached the gold Ram1500 he spoke to the two occupants.
The male in the vehicle refused to cooperate and gave a false name. San Diego Police Chief Richard Nava was listening to his radio and called JWC to offer assistance.
Nava was able to identify the man as Everett.
Everett and his father were in an argument at a residence on the 700 block of South Trevino on Saturday. The victim's wife told police that Everett and his father were having an argument when they began rolling around on the ground. The victim's wife and brother ran over to help.
The victim, identified as Noe Everett, was taken to a Corpus Christi hospital via Halo Flight. He was stabbed once above the right eye, three times to the right side of his torso and also had two gashes on the top of his head.
According to family members, they have reason to believe the fight began when Dunn asked his father for money that he believed would be used to purchase narcotics.
Dunn fled the scene before police arrived.
Dunn was taken to the Duval County jail. He was charged for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and a parole violation.
Dunn's wife, Lora Lynn Everett, the driver of the truck was arrested and charged with harboring a fugitive. She was also transported to the Duval County jail.