Nazi Gang Thug Sentenced to 10 Years, LIVINGSTON, October 20, 2014 - Paul Daniel Turney was sentenced to the maximum punishment of 10 years in prison and a $10,000 fine this afternoon (10/20/14) after pleading guilty to two counts of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle in the 258th District Court. Turney had stolen two vehicles from the Wal-Mart parking lot and driven them to Houston to be scrapped. Assistant District Attorney, Brian Foley explained to the Court that Mr. Turney had twice been previously convicted of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and twice convicted of assaulting his wife along with numerous other criminal charges. Detective Marty Drake with the Livingston Police Department explained that the defendant was a member of the "Nazi Low Riders," a prison gang that was apparent from the defendant's Nazi and gang related tattoos. Mr. Turney has been incarcerated in the Polk County Jail since being apprehended in April, 2014. Assistant District Attorney Foley played a jail call where Mr. Turney was laughing while he admitted assaulting another inmate and another call where he asked his wife to lie about the times he had previously beaten her.
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