FROM STAFF REPORTS

The Iredell County Sheriff’s Office is continuing to target career repeat offenders and illegal drug dealers.

As a result of these ongoing efforts, 30 suspects were arrested and charged with multiple felony drug crimes, Sheriff Darren Campbell said in a news release.

These arrests stem from information received from community partners, patrol deputies’ activities, narcotics investigators cultivating information, surveillance and undercover operations.

The suspects in this round of arrests have either sold illegal drugs directly to undercover narcotics investigators, or have made arrangements to facilitate illegal drug sales to undercover investigators, Campbell said.

Illicit drugs, and the sales of them cause other crimes such as armed robbery, breaking and entering, assaults, and domestic violence to occur in our communities, the sheriff added. By purposely pursuing individuals who continue to sell or provide illegal drugs, the ICSO aims to drive crime rates lower and makes Iredell County a safer place to live.

The Sheriff’s Office reported the following arrests:

William Anthony Parks, 64, of Village Drive, Statesville
Charges: Felony Conspiracy to Sell Opium or Heroin.
Bond: $150,000


Lisa Nichols Witherspoon, 54, of Kimberly Lane, Statesville
Charges: Three counts of Felony Possession with Intent to Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance; three counts of Felony Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance
Bond: $100,000


Dominique Santana Strickland, 33, of Simonton Drive, Statesville
Charges: Three counts of Felony Possession with Intent to Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance; two counts of Felony Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance
Bond: $85,000


Thomas Dion Daye, 46, of Lakeview Lane, Statesville
Charges: Three felony counts of Possession with Intent to Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance; three felony counts of Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance; Felony Conspire to Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance
Bond: $50,000


Terry Lee Jones, 53, of Sharon Ridge Lane, Statesville
Charges: Two counts of Felony Possession with Intent to Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance; two counts of Felony Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance; Felony Conspire to Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance
Bond: $50,000


James Michael Perri Jr., 27, of Shiloh Road, Statesville
Charges: Felony Possession with Intent to Sell or Deliver a Schedule I Controlled Substance; Outstanding Failure to Appear Warrant
Bond: $21,000


Chadrick Ty-Quan McGee, 26, of Roseman Lane, Statesville
Charges: Felony Possession with Intent to Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance; Felony Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance
Bond: $10,000


Tamra Renae Dixon, 51, of Lentz Road, Stony Point
Charges: Felony Possession with Intent to Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance; Felony Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Substance; and Felony Conspire to Traffic by Sale of a Schedule II Controlled Substance
Bond: $50,000


Dmitric Shawntell Mayberry, 44, of 910 Hill Street, Statesville
Charges: Felony Possession with Intent to Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance; Felony Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance
Bond: $7,500


Ashley William Perkins, 43, of Hampshire Drive, Mooresville
Charge: Felony Possession with Intent to Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance
Bond: $5,000


Anitra Marie Gregory, 36, of Alexander Street, Statesville
Charges: Two Counts of Felony Possession with Intent to Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance; Two Counts of Felony Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance
Bond: $7,500


Stanley Deon Miller, 59, of North Tradd Street, Statesville
Charges: Felony Possession with Intent to Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance; Felony Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance
Bond: $5,000


Joshua Shirthomas Dunn, 31, of Wexford Way, Statesville
Charges: Two counts of Felony Possession with Intent to Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance; two counts of Felony Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance
Bond: $20,000


Gisselle Hernandez Castilla, 19, of Perry Road, Troutman
Charges: Felony Conspire to Sell or Deliver a Schedule VI Controlled Substance
Bond: $7,500


Devon Lamar Heggs, 35, of Deaton Street, Statesville
Charges: Two Counts of Felony Possession with Intent to Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance; Felony Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance
Bond: $15,000


Frances Marie Tackett, 49, of Reuben Drive, Statesville
Charges: Felony Conspire to Sell a Schedule II Controlled Substance; Felony Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Substance
Bond: $5,000


Alfred Jermaine Allison, 30, of Clay Street, Statesville
Charges: Felony Possession with Intent to Sell or Deliver a Schedule Controlled Substance; Felony Conspire to Distribute a Controlled Substance
Bond: $2,000
Note: Allison is a confirmed Blood Gang member by the N.C. Department of Adult Corrections.


Edward Joseph Mersfelder, 50, of South Chipley Ford Road, Statesville
Charges: Two counts of Felony Possession with Intent to Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance; two counts of Felony Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance
Bond: $25,000


Amber Ann Houser, 32, of Homestead Road, Harmony
Charges: Two counts of Felony Possession with Intent to Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance; two counts of Felony Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance
Bond: $25,000


Renae Nicole Jones, 36, of Reid Street Statesville
Charges: Two counts of Felony Possession with Intent to Sell or a Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance; two counts of Felony Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance
Bond: $10,000


Zachary Shane Russ, 28, of Skyuka Road, Statesville
Charges: Felony Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Substance; Felony Possession with Intent to Sell or Deliver a Schedule VI Controlled Substance; Felony Maintaining a Dwelling, Vehicle or Place to Sell or Use a Controlled Substance
Bond: $5,000


Alisha Nichole Millsaps, 33, of Tiger Lilly Lane, Charlotte
Charges: Felony Possession with Intent to Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance; Felony Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance
Bond: $15,000


Peyton Seth Shortridge, 23, of 8th Street Drive Southwest, Hickory
Charges: Two counts of Felony Possession with Intent to Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance; Felony Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance
Bond: $22,000


Bobby Lee Privette, 51, of Eufola Road, Statesville
Charges: Felony Possession with Intent to Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance.
Bond: $5,000


Tracy Breon Evans, 56, of 105 Overcash Road, Troutman
Charges: Felony Conspire to Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance
Bond: $5,000


Kyle Avery Tilley, 21, of Autumn Leaf Road, Troutman
Charges: Felony Possession with Intent to Sell or Deliver a Schedule VI Controlled Substance; Felony Sell or Deliver a Schedule VI Controlled Substance; Felony Conspire to Sell or Deliver a Schedule VI Controlled Substance
Bond: $20,000


Vicki Lee Hicks, 55, of Eufola Road, Statesville
Charges: Felony Possession with Intent to Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance.
Bond: $2,000


James Carlton Aistrop, 47, of Friendship Road, Statesville
Charges: Felony Possession with Intent to Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance
Bond: $6,000


Ny’Vaezsa Ranyqa Davis, 23, of Randa Drive, Statesville
Charges: Two counts of Felony Possession with Intent to Sell or Deliver a Schedule VI Controlled Substance; two counts of Felony Sell or Deliver a Schedule VI Controlled Substance
Bond: $5,000


Jeffery Lashaw Maddox, 35, of 2nd Street Court Southwest, Hickory
Charges: Felony Possession with Intent to Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance; Felony Sell or Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Substance
Bond: $9,000

2 thoughts on “Sheriff: Targeting career criminals, drug dealers makes Iredell County safer

  1. Great job Sheriff Campbell and Team ! These people are only contributing problems to our community and bring nothing good.

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