Deputies on look out for alleged dope dealer

Friday, December 3, 2010

Marshall County Sheriff's Deputies are on the lookout for a man who fled on foot after a confrontation at a house northwest of Chapel Hill around 7 p.m. Tuesday.

According to the report by Deputy Greg Levi, the homeowner told him "that Charles Victory pulled into his driveway looking for someone." While they were talking, Levi reported, the resident saw "marijuana laying in the passenger side front seat and a hunting knife stuck between the driver seat and the center console."

The homeowner questioned Victory about the knife and the drugs, Levi wrote, and then they got into a fight and Victory ran off.

The car, a 1996 Saturn, was towed, and the knife and about 1 1/2 ounces of marijuana were seized, along with a cell phone and scales, Levi's report concluded.

A warrant for Victory's arrest on a charge of possession of marijuana for resale was issued. As of Wednesday afternoon he had not been caught.

Detectives Keith Jolley and Sam Bragg, and Chapel Hill Police Officer Curly Kincaid also responded to the scene.

Ranger Shane Petty and his tracking dog were called, but the dog was unable to locate Victory.