The two suspects, who were shot and killed in Wednesday's chase with Anderson County deputies, have been identified.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation released the names Friday.
Shanna Richardson, 25, and Michael Baker, 32, both of Linton, Ind., were shot and killed in the incident. Both have criminal records, but there are no specifics on their previous charges.
It all began Wednesday morning when the two drove away from a Lake City gas station without paying, according to Anderson County Sheriff Paul White.
Running the tag number later revealed the pickup truck had been reported stolen out of Indiana.
After a BOLO, or Be On The Lookout alert, went out, an Anderson County deputy spotted the truck on Raccoon Valley Road and tried to make a traffic stop.
The two refused to stop, according to the sheriff, and a pursuit began. An off-duty Anderson County deputy who saw what was happening joined the chase.
The pursuit continued from Clinton Highway, to West Wolf Valley Road and then onto Old Emory Road. The suspects shot at the officers along the route, officials said.
Officials say the truck then blew a tire and ran off the road into the parking lot of the Claxton Volunteer Fire Department Station 2.
The suspects continued shooting at the deputies, with the deputies returning fire.
Both suspects were hit. Richardson died at the scene. Baker later died at the hospital.
Neither deputy was hurt. Both are on paid leave pending the outcome of the investigation, which is standard procedure.
The TBI is handling the investigation, which is expected to take several months.
It will then be turned over to the district attorney's office for further review.
Anderson County Chief Deputy Mark Lucas says the last fatal shooting by an Anderson County deputy was in May 1992.
A deputy shot and killed a man holding a cane after responding to a report of a domestic incident in Lake City.
In August 2000, a deputy shot a man in the leg after he pointed a rifle at officers near the Marlow community.
The last deputy killed in the line of duty was Ray Brown of Lake City. He was shot to death in the Fratersville community in June 1981. After a manhunt, the suspect also was shot and killed.
The most recent shooting of an Anderson County deputy was in April 1993 when a deputy was shot and wounded by two juveniles who ambushed him at an abandoned school near Clinton.