Tracy City man has been charged with burglarizing a Shelbyville pharmacy in 2012

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Robert Ferrell Nunley, 43

A Tracy City man has been charged with burglarizing a Shelbyville pharmacy in 2012.

Robert Ferrell Nunley, 43, of Tracy City was charged Friday with burglary, theft of property over $10,000 and criminal conspiracy in the Jan. 8, 2012 burglary at McGee's Prescription Center, Det. Lt. Brian Crews of the Shelbyville Police Department said Monday.

"We caught a large break in September when a pharmacy was burglarized in Sevierville," Crews said. "A black Range Rover was seen on video."


"The Range Rover was spotted the next day by a Sevierville officer. He discovered it had a stolen tag and started a pursuit."

The pursuit ended in a crash and Nunley's arrest.


Crews said he saw the police mug shot of Nunley and recognized him from video of the McGee's burglary.

A regional law enforcement website, in which messages detailing incidents including robberies such as these, helped investigators pin down the details, Crews said.

"He is suspected in a number of pharmacy burglaries throughout the Southeast," Crews said.

A large number of pills were stolen in the 2012 incident.


Shelbyville Times-Gazette

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