A 23-year-old man was being held on $650,000 bail Thursday, waiting to go before a judge after police charged him for the third time this year with marijuana felonies and with trafficking in the drug known as Molly.
Wednesday afternoon, officers arrested Terry Lamar Harris of 527 Dacian Road on warrants charging him with trafficking in MDMA, felony possession of the prescription drug alprazolam, possession of 304 grams (about 10.8 ounces) of marijuana and maintaining a 1991 Chevrolet Caprice Classic to keep and sell drugs.
Police also charged him with reckless driving and driving with a revoked license.
The arrest was based on warrants police swore out Aug. 17 after a search that day at 270 Seawell Ave., which is where they arrested Harris this week.
Officers also charged Harris with felony marijuana possession and resisting arrest when they took him into custody. Warrants sworn out Wednesday accused Harris of having 10.17 ounces of marijuana and of running from police when they told him he was being arrested.
Harris was scheduled for a first court appearance Thursday on the charges from Wednesday and Aug. 17.
Court calendars show he has a court appearance scheduled for Sept. 22 on a misdemeanor marijuana charge and traffic offenses.
Still pending are two counts of felony marijuana possession from arrests on Jan. 14 and March 23, along with two counts each of maintaining a vehicle or dwelling to keep and sell drugs and possession of a gun by a felon.
A Wake County grand jury returned an indictment last month charging illegal gun possession.
Harris has felony drug convictions from 2010, and felons are not allowed to have any kind of firearm.