After an investigation into the distribution of crack cocaine in the Iredell County area, detectives from the Iredell County Sheriff's Office Narcotics Division arrested Corbin Labron Brandon, 20, and Tameka Nikole Corry, 31, of Statesville. They were charged with multiple sales of crack cocaine to an undercover deputy.
Detectives received information on Brandon and Corry from multiple sources. After numerous hours of surveillance, detectives were able to determine that Brandon and Corry were selling crack cocaine out of a residence inside the city of Statesville, the Sheriff's Office said.
During the course of the investigation, an undercover deputy was able to make contact and purchase quantities of crack cocaine from both Brandon and Corry on several different occasions, the Sheriff's Office said.
A search warrant was executed at the residence, and detectives discovered a quantity of crack cocaine that had been divided up for distribution, as well as "molly" capsules, the Sheriff's Office said. Molly pills are a popular designer drug that contains a pure form of ecstasy. The crack cocaine and "molly" pills have a street value of more than $2,500.
Brandon was charged with two counts of sell/deliver cocaine, three counts of possession with intent to sell/deliver cocaine, two counts of maintaining a dwelling for controlled substance, and possession with intent to sell/deliver schedule I controlled substance and is being held at the Iredell County Detention Center under a $25,000 secured bond.
Corry was charged with sell/deliver cocaine, two counts of possession with intent to sell/deliver cocaine, possession with intent to sell/deliver schedule I controlled substance, and maintaining a dwelling for controlled substance and is being held at the Iredell County Detention Center under a $3,500 secured bond.