FROM STAFF REPORTS
Two suspects were arrested and Iredell County Sheriff’s Office deputies are looking for a third suspect following an investigation into the sale of crack cocaine.
The ICSO began investigating after receiving information from concerned community members about residents of 603 Grier Street in Statesville selling crack cocaine, Sheriff Darren Campbell said in a news release.
Investigators conducted undercover surveillance operations on the location and then made purchases of controlled substances from Nicole Ashley Dishman, 30, and Tevan Tyrese Turner, 26, the sheriff said.
During the investigation, investigators also located crack cocaine and other drug paraphernalia at the Grier Street home, according to the news release.
On Thursday, January 30, investigators arrested and charged Dishman and Crystal Amanda Nance, 32, after locating both subjects at 603 Grier Street.
Dishman and Nance were taken to the Iredell County Detention Center.
Dishman is charged with felony possession with intent to sell or deliver crack cocaine, felony maintaining a dwelling to sell controlled substances, felony possession with intent to sell or deliver a counterfeit controlled substance, felony possession of heroin, and felony conspiring to sell heroin. Magistrate Nethken issued a $50,000 bond on these charges.
Nance is charged with felony maintaining a dwelling to sell controlled substances. Magistrate Chambers issued a $30,000 bond on this charge.
Meanwhile, investigators have obtained warrants for Turner’s arrest. He is wanted for the following charges: felony conspiring to sell or deliver heroin, and felony possession of a schedule I controlled Substance.
Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call the ICSO at 704-878-3180.