White Deer, Pa. – A Harrisburg man needed on a state parole warrant was busted with marijuana after police pulled him over on Route 15 in Union County.
Ajear Naki Anthony Miller-Carter, 21, was discovered to have 13.8 grams of marijuana in his automobile in the course of the visitors cease on Aug. 30 in White Deer Township, in accordance with the arrest affidavit.
Police obtained a tip that Miller-Carter was touring on Route 15 south close to the junction with Interstate 80 and pulled his silver Audi automobile over shortly after 8 p.m. Miller-Carter was a passenger within the automobile, in accordance with the written account by Trooper Tyler Diggan of Pennsylvania State Police at Milton.
As Miller-Carter was taken into custody, Diggan seen flakes of marijuana all through the entrance driver and entrance passenger ground of the automobile. He additionally smelled a powerful odor of burnt marijuana emanating from the entrance passenger aspect of the automobile, in accordance with the affidavit.
As soon as again on the state police barracks in Milton, Miller-Carter informed troopers he had a number of ounces of marijuana and a scale within the trunk of the automobile.
Police utilized for a search warrant, which was granted by District Choose Michael Diehl of Milton. Upon looking out the automobile, police discovered 13.8 ounces of marijuana in bulk packaging, a digital scale with drug residue, three black gallon measurement vacuum sealed luggage containing drug residue, and a black Taurus 9 mm mannequin PT111G2 firearm. Upon checking data, police discovered that the firearm was reported stolen by the Mount Holly Springs Police Division, Diggan wrote.
Miller-Carter additionally has a previous conviction of third-degree felony offense of firearms to not be carried with out a license and flight to keep away from apprehension from Harrisburg Metropolis Police on June 6, 2018, Diggan continued.
Miller-Carter additionally had been underneath investigation by the Lycoming County Narcotics Enforcement Unit, who assisted with the visitors cease.
Miller-Carter is now in Union County Jail in lieu of $125,000 financial bail on felony drug and firearms possession costs. A preliminary listening to in entrance of Union County District Choose Jeffrey Mensch is ready for Oct. 12.