Gregg Co. authorities looking for suspect in aggravated assault - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Gregg Co. authorities looking for suspect in aggravated assault

Eric Blake Eakin. Photo Source: Gregg County Jail. Eric Blake Eakin. Photo Source: Gregg County Jail.
GREGG COUNTY, TX (KLTV) -

The Gregg County Sheriff's Department is asking for the publics' help in locating a wanted person in connection with an aggravated assault case.

Early Sunday morning, an aggravated assault occurred at the Fantasy Ranch in the 6400 block of Highway 31 in Kilgore. A patron at the club received serious injuries from a knife attack after a brief argument.

The suspect is 27-year-old Eric Blake Eakin. He is described as a white male, 6'6" tall, approximately 250 pounds, bald and has blue eyes. He has numerous tattoos on his head, face and entire body. The most recognizable tattoos being "Hellraiser" on the left cheek and spiders on right cheek and chin.

Since this photograph, Eakin has tattooed the entire top of his head.

Eakin has outstanding felony warrants for aggravated assault and evading arrest or detention.

He should be considered armed and extremely dangerous.

Contact Gregg County Crime Stoppers at (903) 236-STOP or Investigator Terry Mitchell at (903) 237-2529 if you have any information.

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