A Raleigh man was being held on $1 million bail Wednesday after his second arrest in seven months on cocaine-trafficking charges.
Police arrested Frank Gilliam Donnell, 53, of 1410 Gaylord Drive about 11:15 p.m. Tuesday, records showed.
He was accused of having and transporting and having about 56 grams of cocaine, or about 2 ounces, which led to two counts of trafficking in the drug.
Raleigh police had charged Gilliam with cocaine trafficking Oct. 29 after they stopped his car at Lake Boone Trail and Wycliff Lane and found what they said was 13.5 ounces of the drug in it.
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He was also charged with maintaining the 1997 Lexus to keep and sell drugs and with having a drug in a correctional facility after booking officers at the Wake County Detention Center said they found 1.7 grams of cocaine in a pants pocket.
Those charges are pending, and Gilliam was free on bail when he was arrested Tuesday night.
Gilliam served a suspended sentence with probation after a misdemeanor drug-possession conviction in 2006, according to state records.