Sheriff Darren Campbell stated while on routine patrol deputies observed two subjects carrying rifles and acting suspicious walking on the side of the road in the 900 block of Bethesda Rd. When deputies approached the subjects, both suspect’s threw down the weapons and ran on foot from the deputies, and after a brief foot chase the suspects were caught and apprehended.
Deputies and Iredell County Sheriff’s Office Detectives began to canvas the area and were able to obtain information that a break in had occurred at 854 Bethesda Rd. Deputies went to the residence and spoke to the home owner at 854 Bethesda Rd who had just arrived home and found that his outbuilding/storage building had been broken into and two of his rifles had been stolen.
Both suspects were arrested and charged with Breaking and Entering, Larceny after Breaking and Entering, Larceny of a Firearm and Obstruct & Delaying a LEO.
Tevin Seymore was given a $10,000 bond
Dakota Duke was given a $20,000 bond.