Iredell County Sheriff’s Office Canine Unit requested by Yadkin County Sheriff’s Office to help with track of man charged with several felony kidnapping, robbery and assault charges

  

On Monday, July 6, 2020 Iredell County Sheriff’s Office deputies N. Hodges, C. Caul, and C. Gregory responded to 5016 Hunting Creek Church in Yadkin County after a request was received from Yadkin County for a canine to respond to the scene to assist in tracking a suspect in reference to an armed robbery which had occurred.

Upon arrival on scene, the deputies were briefed by the Yadkin County deputies about the suspect, Brandon Tyler Stacy having committed an armed robbery at a home on Hunting Creek Church Road, and still being armed with a handgun.

Deputy Hodges deployed canine “Sadie”. The team began tracking the suspect through a wooded area near the victim’s residence.  After an approximately half mile track, the team came to an abandoned barn where Brandon Tyler Stacy was located. Brandon Tyler Stacy seeing the deputies fled on foot, and after a foot pursuit, deputies with Iredell and Yadkin County were able to take Brandon Tyler Stacy into custody.

Yadkin County Sheriff’s Office Deputies took custody of Brandon Tyler Stacy. They charged him with: Felony Common Law Robbery, Five Counts of Felony Second Degree Kidnapping, Felony Breaking and Entering, Felony Larceny after Breaking and Entering, Five Counts of Misdemeanor Assault by Pointing a Gun, Two Counts of Misdemeanor Resisting a Public Officer, Misdemeanor Injury to Personal Property, and Misdemeanor Interfering with Emergency Communications. Brandon Tyler Stacy was issued a 1,000,000 dollar secured bond by a Yadkin County magistrate.

Brandon Tyler Stacy had an extensive criminal record to include multiple counts of Felony breaking and entering, multiple counts of larceny, multiple assault charges and drug related charges.

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Brandon Tyler Stacy had an extensive criminal record to include multiple counts of Felony breaking and entering, multiple counts of larceny, multiple assault charges and drug related charges.

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