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A joint investigation between police from Statesville and Mooresville, the Iredell County Sheriff’s Office, North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation and the Department of Probation and Parole led to the arrests of nine people Friday, the Statesville Police Department reported.

The SPD said it had received several drug complaints from citizens and began an investigation which identified several people leading up to the operation. Police said they obtained search warrants for three homes in the 1100 block of Fifth Street.

The following were arrested:

» Charles Richard Summers, 38, felony possession of a Schedule I controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and resist/obstruct/delay, $7,500 secured bond.

» Brian Keith Smyre, 48, misdemeanor maintaining a dwelling and possession of drug paraphernalia, $1,500 bond.

» Jamie Taylor Roseboro, 25, felony possession with intent to sell/deliver a Schedule II controlled substance, $7,500 secured bond.

» Theodore Thomas Steel, 37, felony maintaining a dwelling and misdemeanor possession of a Schedule VI controlled substance, $5,000 secured bond.

» Chalmers Gregory, 56, disorderly conduct, $500 secured bond.

» Rico Lamont Torrence, 36, resist/obstruct/delay, $1,000 bond.

» Jonetta Adrienne McNeal, 27, felony possession with intent to sell/deliver cocaine and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia.

The following were arrested on outstanding warrants:

» Michael Anthony Moss, 44, felony possession with intent to sell/deliver a Schedule II controlled substance, felony possession of a stolen firearm and possession of a stolen firearm by felon, $50,000 secured bond.

» Jacolby Tyrese Lackey, 20, six counts felony breaking and entering a motor vehicle, $15,000 secured bond.

Police said they obtained warrants for the following:

» Landis Javar Harrison, 31, three counts each of felony sell/deliver a Schedule II controlled substance and felony possession with intent to sell/deliver a Schedule II controlled substance.

» Keonta Nake Chambers, 41, two counts each of felony sell/deliver a Schedule II controlled substance and felony possession with intent to sell/deliver a Schedule II controlled substance.

» Connie Simmons, 35, two counts of felony sell/deliver a Schedule II controlled substance.

» Virginia Gibbs Roseboro, 71, felony possession of cocaine.

» Latia Kadora Morrison, 33, felony possession with intent to sell/deliver cocaine and felony maintaining a dwelling.

» Todd Jerome Caldwell, 40, possession with intent to sell/deliver a Schedule II controlled substance and felony maintaining a dwelling.

“Our working relationships are vital to serving the citizens of Statesville and Iredell County,” Statesville Police Chief David Addison stated in a news release. “Sheriff Campbell is committed to working with our agency to reducing crime in our community. (Acting Police) Chief (Ron) Campurciani’s assistance from the Mooresville Police Department was crucial in allowing the simultaneous execution of three search warrants. We appreciated all agencies who assisted us. We will continue this partnership in resolving crime.”

If you have any information on these individuals, contact the Statesville Police Department at 704-878-3406, or Iredell County Crime Stoppers 704-662-1340. Callers to Crime Stoppers do not have to reveal their identity or testify in court and rewards of up to $1,000 are possible.

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