Concerned community members reported suspicious activity at a residence. An ensuing investigation has led to drug charges for three people – one of whom has not yet been arrested.
Nicole Ashley Dishman, 30, of Grier Street, has been 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 conspire to sell heroin. Dishman was taken before a magistrate where she received a $50,000 secured bond.
Crystal Amanda Nance, 32, also of Grier Street, was charged with felony maintaining a dwelling to sell controlled substances. She received a $30,000 secured bond.
Tevin Tyrese Turner, 26, of Red Rose Lane, has outstanding felony arrest warrants for felony conspire to sell or deliver heroin and felony possession of a Schedule I controlled substance. Sheriff’s deputies are still seeking Turner.
The investigation started when community members expressed concerns over residents in the 600 block of Grier Street reportedly selling crack cocaine, Sheriff Darren Campbell stated in a news release.
In an undercover surveillance operation, narcotics investigators were able to purchase controlled substances from Dishman and Turner. Later in the investigation, they discovered crack cocaine and other drug paraphernalia at the residence, the release states. On Thursday, Dishman and Nance were arrested and charged. Turner is still being sought.
Anyone with information on the location of Turner is asked to call the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office at 704-878-3180.