34-year-old Tyrone Pernell Chambers of East Horah Street in Salisbury, 45-year-old Kenneth Jerome Dulin of Deaton Street in Statesville and 36-year-old Courtney Deshawn Bradshaw of Granby Avenue in High Point have all been arrested by Iredell Co. Sheriff’s Officers. Chambers was charged with felony possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and misdemeanor carrying a concealed weapon. Dulin was charged with resisting a public officer and Bradshaw was arrested on outstanding warrants.
At about 7 p.m. Monday (April 17), Officers working in the area of the Salisbury Highway saw a green Honda sedan make a traffic violation. An Officer activated his emergency lights in attempt to make a traffic stop, but the Honda continued onto Third Creek Road. The vehicle then turned onto Palmer Lane where it stopped.
Deputies approached the vehicle and found that the driver, Kenneth Dulin, had a suspended license. While speaking with Dulin, Deputies noticed the rear passenger, Tyrone Chambers, reaching into his clothing. Chambers took a semi-automatic 9mm handgun from his waistband and drop it to the floorboard between his feet.
Deputies detained everyone in the vehicle. A records check revealed that Chambers was a convicted felon for selling cocaine and armed robbery. While attempting to detain Dulin, he became aggressive and pulled away from the Officer, resulting in the resisting charge.
Chambers was given a $25,000 secured bond. Dulin’s bond was set at $500, secured. Chambers has a court date on May 8, while Dulin is due in court on June 5. No bond amount or court dates were listed for Bradshaw.
All three suspects are repeat offenders with extensive criminal histories. The investigation is ongoing with more charges expected.