Aberdeen man can't stay out of jail
Posted February 23, 2013
Southern Pines, N.C. — An Aberdeen man was arrested three times between Thursday night and Friday night, Southern Pines police said Saturday.
Deadrian Tyrell Brazil, 22, was first arrested at about 8 p.m. Thursday in connection with vandalism in the 200 block of West Vermont Avenue, police said. He was charged with injury to personal property, possession of a controlled substance, resisting a public officer and being a fugitive from justice. The last charge related to two outstanding warrants for his arrest in Delaware, police said.
Brazil posted a $15,500 bond and was released.
At about 4:30 p.m. Friday, he was back in custody and charged with robbery with a dangerous weapon. Police said an investigation linked him to a Jan. 16 armed robbery in the 200 block of Southwest Broad Street.
Brazil posted a $40,000 bond and was released again.
Less than seven hours later, he was arrested for a third time in connection with a drug investigation in the 400 block of North Bennett Street. He was charged with possession of Schedule I and Schedule II narcotics with intent to sell.
Police said two semiautomatic handguns were recovered in this incident in addition to a large quantity of suspected heroin and prescription medication.
Roneisha Amanda Williams, 17, of Southern Pines, was arrested with Brazil on North Bennett Street and was charged with possession of Schedule I and Schedule II narcotics with intent to sell and carrying a concealed weapon. She was being held in the Moore County jail under a $45,000 bond.
Brazil was being held Saturday in the Moore County jail under a $75,000 bond, and police said they plan to work with the Moore County District Attorney’s Office to modify his three bonds and set a $250,000 bond for his release.