Curfew walk-through leads to drugs, guns & money

Ahmad Rashard Wright

Drugs, guns and money seized from suspected marijuana dealer. (TCPD photo)


By DEUCE NIVEN

    Enforcing a curfew at Forest Glen Apartments led resident and Tabor City Police Department Capt. Russell Conway to drugs, guns and money Thursday night, the lawman said.
    It also landed Ahmad Rashard Wright, 23, of Split Oak Place, Pawley’s Island, in jail, a report by Detective Sgt. Chris Hilburn said. Wright was charged with felony possession with intent to sell and deliver marijuana, carrying a concealed weapon and resisting police, and jailed at the Columbus County Detention Center under $10,000 bond.
    For more on this story see the Sept. 24 Tabor-Loris Tribune in print and online.

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