Ky. Man Admits to 3 Michigan Motorhome Thefts
An out-of-state man was doing more than enjoying the scenery in West Michigan when he made multiple trips to the region to rob motorhome dealers.
The Grand Rapids Business Journal reported that Walter J. Nunley of Kentucky admitted to the thefts, pleading guilty this week to all nine of the felony charges that were brought against him in a hearing before U.S. District Court Judge Robert Holmes Bell, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Michigan.
Nunley stole a motorhome from the Holland Motor Home business in March 2012 , and he stole two more motor homes from Midway RV Center in Grand Rapids in May 2012.
As part of the criminal conspiracy, the conspirators stole three additional motorhomes from businesses located across the U.S. The total losses for the six motor home thefts are estimated to exceed $1,500,000.
Nunley admitted that he and another man obtained false titles for the stolen motorhomes and then sold them under false identities.
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