Brian Turner Nunley
Brian Turner Nunley

Cigarette butt leads to felony arrest

November 26, 2012: A Washington County man has been arrested and charged with motor vehicle theft as the result of an investigation conducted by the Washington County Virginia Sheriff's Office Criminal Investigations Division.

According to Washington County Sheriff Fred Newman, a white Chevy S-10 pickup truck was stolen from the Washington County Service Authority Water Plant on U.S. Route 58. The victim reported the truck, a Stihl 029 chainsaw, and a battery were taken.

The theft occurred n April 12, 2012. Evidence was collected at the scene, which included a discarded cigarette butt. This evidence was submitted to the state lab for DNA analysis and a suspect was developed through that analysis.

The suspect, Brian Turner Nunley, age 32, of 19432 North Fork River Road, Abingdon, VA, was interviewed and he ultimately provided a statement that he stole the truck. On November 1, 2012, warrants were obtained charging Nunley with auto theft. He was arrested and taken to the Abingdon Facility of the Southwest Virginia Regional Jail where he is being held without bond.

He was convicted but his criminal career was just getting started.

Dec 15, 2017

Smyth County police chase results in attempted murder charge. A police pursuit early Friday morning on Interstate 81 involved two collisions with Smyth County, Virginia's sheriff deputies. Brian Turner Nunley, 37, of Abingdon, is charged with attempted capital murder, reckless driving, eluding along with other charges.


United States District Court, W.D. Virginia, Roanoke Division.

JAMES P. JONES, District Judge October 3, 2018.

Brian Turner Nunley, a Virginia inmate, filed a pro se civil rights Complaint under 42 U.S.C. § 1983, alleging that he was not receiving appropriate mental health treatment while in jail. By Order entered August 13, 2018, the court directed Nunley, within twenty days from the date of the Order, to sign an enclosed consent to withholding of fees form and return it to the court, in order to complete an application to proceed in forma pauperis pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1915(b). This section requires a prisoner litigant to pay the $350 filing fee for a civil lawsuit in this court, but allows him to pay the filing fee in installments withheld from the monthly income to his inmate trust account. Nunley was advised that a failure to comply with the Order would result in dismissal of this action without prejudice.

More than a month has elapsed, and Nunley has failed to comply with the Order. Accordingly, the court will dismiss his action without prejudice. He may refile his claims in a separate lawsuit once he is prepared to comply with the required conditions.

Cartoon lazy Hillbillies.

White People, Crime, and Welfare Myths

Most poor whites like poor blacks end up in poverty for the same reason: behavior. As of 2016 28% of white children were born to single mothers. There is a lazy, shiftless white underclass no different than the lazy, shiftless black underclass.

Not only out of wedlock births, but high levels of substance abuse, violence, sloth, etc. The press loves to play race, but it is class and behavior regardless of race.

In Southwest Virginia and East Tennessee massive drug busts can net as many as 20-50 people in one sweep, 90% white. We have 70-year-olds being busted for drug dealing.


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