Police Pursuit Starts in Grundy County ends in Sequatchie County

James Randall Nunley

Early Tuesday morning the Grundy County Sheriff’s Office arrested James Randall Nunley (32) after a 13-mile chase that ended in Sequatchie County.
Sheriff Clint Shrum explained that around 12:30 a.m. in the morning a deputy conducted a traffic stop on suspicion of impaired driving near 52nd Ave in Gruetli Laager. The vehicle initially pulled over but as the deputy exited his vehicle the driver fled. A chase ensued and ended in the Cherry Branch area of Sequatchie County on Highway 399 after Nunley rammed the front of a patrol car.
Sheriff Shrum stated, “No one was injured and the patrol unit sustained minor damage.”
Nunley was charged with reckless endangerment, evading arrest, driving on a revoked license, aggravated assault, DUI, violation of implied consent, reckless driving and open container.