FROM STAFF REPORTS

The Iredell County Sheriff’s Office reported the following felony arrests:

MARCH 18
♦ Acquilla Booze Cain Jr., 38, of Kennedy Court, Statesville, charged with habitual misdemeanor assault.

♦ William Ray Clarke, 52, of Wexford Way, Statesville, was served with two true bill felony indictments.

♦ Megan Elizabeth Johnson, 30, of Taylorsville Highway, Stony Point, charged with possession of methamphetamine and a misdemeanor drug offense.

♦ Jason Wesley Myers, 41, of Wood Street, Statesville, was served with a true bill felony indictment.

♦ Michael Lee Perry, 54, of W. Front Street, Statesville, charged with breaking or entering, larceny after breaking or entering and larceny of a motor vehicle.

MARCH 20
♦ Randy Dale Parks, 55, of Kelly Street, Statesville, charged with possession of cocaine and three misdemeanor drug offenses.

MARCH 21
♦ Jeremy Ryan Lindsey, 48, of Little Pine Way, Prosperity, S.C., charged with three counts of trafficking heroin, possession with intent to manufacture, sell or deliver a schedule II controlled substance, maintaining a dwelling or vehicle for controlled substances, sell or deliver a schedule II controlled substance and two misdemeanor drug offenses.

♦ Charles Vernon Parrish Jr., 39, of Rebel Hill Lane, Mooresville, charged with possession of methamphetamine.

MARCH 22
♦ Timothy John Becker, 53, of Briarfield Road, Mooresville, charged with breaking or entering, larceny after breaking or entering and misdemeanor larceny.

♦ Newton Marcell Brown Jr., 42, of Laura Road, Mooresville, charged with two counts of felony probation violation and misdemeanor larceny.

♦ Jamie Dewan Fuller, 43, of Gantt Street, Mooresville, was served with a true bill felony indictment and charged with two counts of misdemeanor larceny.

♦ Charles Issac Jones Jr., 57, of North Caldwell Street, Charlotte, charged with being a fugitive from justice.

MARCH 23
♦ Brandon Allen Potter, 43, of no fixed address, Mooresville, charged with possession of methamphetamine, possession of a firearm by a felon, misdemeanor resist or obstruct an officer, and a misdemeanor drug offense.

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