2 arrested on 27 counts of larceny of firearms in Yadkin Co.

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Joseph Dale McCormick

EAST BEND, N.C. — Police have arrested two men in connection with the larceny of numerous firearms from an East Bend home last summer.

According to police, a report was filed from a residence on Parker Road on June 14, 2013, saying that the home had been broken into and several guns were taken.

Detectives with the Yadkin County Sheriff’s Office, with assistance from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, investigated and found that the guns were traded for narcotics in another county.

Joseph Dale McCormick, 30, and Chase Remington Tickle, 28, both of the East Bend area, were arrested Monday and charged with 27 counts of felony larceny of firearms.

Both McCormick and Tickle are in the custody of the U.S. Marshals under no bond.


  • FaithC

    Scum. Harsher punishment for this is necessary. Really harsher punishment for all crime is necessary.

  • Kayla

    I know both of these guys personaly and yes they have their demons but they are both really sweet people. Chase has been a good friend of mine for years and would do anything for anyone. Everyone makes mistakes a some point in their lives some of us just make bigger ones than others.

    • targetsacquired

      Looks like he would steal from anyone as well…..hes a dirtbag….period. No matter how good a friend you think he was, he would do the same to you if he didnt already.
      No bond is a good place to start…….now, say bye and let them go serve at least 30….

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