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VEHICLE CHASE LEADS TO ARREST

PRESS RELEASE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE BY SHERIFF BLAKE WALLACE
October 12, 2017

 On October 11, 2017, members of the Duplin County Sheriff’s Office received information that Christopher Steven Giddeons of Angola Bay Road, Wallace, NC, was operating a 1995 Ford Mustang and possibly in the Cypress Creek area. Based on this information, the Duplin County Sheriff’s Office responded to the area.  While in the area, Detective’s observed the vehicle traveling on Bear Pond Road and confirmed the driver was Christopher Steven Giddeons.  Due to Giddeons having several outstanding felony drug warrants and a suspended driver’s license, units attempted to conduct a traffic stop at which time Giddeons accelerated and a pursuit ensued.

During the pursuit, Giddeons operated the vehicle at a high rate of speed, at times exceeding 100 mph. Giddeons also operated the vehicle recklessly by failing to stop for stop signs, driving left of center, and speeding. The pursuit went into the Nine Mile community of Onslow County.  Due to Giddeons operating the vehicle in such a manner that he became a danger to the general public, the pursuing units were able get the suspect’s vehicle stopped.  Giddeons was then taken into custody without incident.

During the investigation, it was discovered that Giddeons had thrown methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia out of the vehicle at the end of the pursuit. Additional methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia, including plastic bags for packaging and digital scales, were located inside the suspect vehicle.  It was found that the vehicle’s door locks and ignition had been torn out which is common with stolen vehicles.  The vehicle had also been painted using a spray can to change the vehicle’s color from burgundy to black.  Due to these observations, the Sheriff’s Office believed the vehicle was possibly stolen.  Deputies made contact with the registered owner and the owner confirmed that the vehicle had been stolen from behind a mobile home in the Chinquapin area.

Giddeons was transported to the Duplin County Jail where he was held under a $319,000 secured bond. Giddeons was charged with the following offenses related to the pursuit:

  • Felony Flee/Elude arrest with motor vehicle
  • Drive left of center
  • Fail to stop for stop sign
  • Reckless driving
  • Speeding
  • Driving while license revoked
  • Larceny of motor vehicle
  • Possession of a stolen motor vehicle
  • Possession of drug paraphernalia
  • Littering
  • Obstruction of justice
  • Three counts of trafficking Methamphetamine
  • Assault with a deadly weapon on a government official (Motor vehicle)
  • Injury to personal property
  • Maintaining a vehicle for controlled substance
  • Possession with intent to manufacture, sell, and deliver schedule II (Methamphetamine)Giddeons was additionally served with outstanding warrants for the following offenses:
  • Three counts of selling schedule II (Methamphetamine)
  • Three counts of delivering schedule II (Methamphetamine)
  • Two counts of manufacturing schedule II (Methamphetamine)
  • Three counts of possession with intent to manufacture, sell and deliver schedule II (Methamphetamine)
  • Three counts of possession of drug paraphernalia
  • Three counts of maintaining a vehicle/dwelling for controlled substance
  • Felony possession of schedule II (Methamphetamine)

Giddeons has a lengthy criminal history with numerous felony convictions. The Duplin County Sheriff’s Office plans to request that the District Attorney prosecute Giddeon’s as a habitual felon.

 

 

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PRESS RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE BY SHERIFF BLAKE WALLACE

January 27, 2017

        On January 22, 2017, the Duplin County Sheriff’s Office responded to an alleged statutory rape in the Pink Hill area of Duplin County.  Deputies were informed by the reporting party that Tanorm Malik Wilson was in a sexual relationship with a fourteen year old girl.  Wilson denied all charges but was arrested on other outstanding charges.  After conducting a follow-up interview, Wilson admitted to investigators that he has had a sexual relationship with the child even though he was aware of her age.  Wilson was charged with ten counts of Indecent Liberties with a Child, ten counts of Contributing to the Delinquency of a Child, three counts of Statutory Rape, two counts of Statutory Sex Offense, and one count of Crime Against Nature.  Tanorm Wilson was placed in the Duplin County Jail under an $80,000 secure bond.

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PRESS RELEASE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE BY SHERIFF BLAKE WALLACE
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