Most Wanted: Lebanon man convicted of statutory rape evades law enforcement

WILSON COUNTY, Tenn. (WKRN) – Convicted in March on four counts of statutory rape, Tracy Nunley was sentenced to eight years probation.

In mid-November, investigators in Wilson County said the 36-year-old was arrested in Knox County for possession of drug paraphernalia.

According to the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office, Nunley had tested positive for meth and other drugs, which is a clear violation of the terms of his probation.

Lt. Scott Moore with the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office said Nunley was released from custody before it was determined that his arrest was a violation.

“Now, this guy’s been evading us and hiding out from us,” Lt. Moore told News 2.

In the search for Nunley, the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office has posted his picture all over social media and named him one of the county’s most wanted.

“You have people out there that may work with this individual, that may have [gone] to school with this individual.

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