A man, Terrence Williams Jr., was fined $46,000 after admitting to possession of a substantial quantity of drugs, a firearm, and ammunition.
On October 4, Williams Jr. was found with four pounds of marijuana, a Taurus pistol, and 12 rounds of ammunition.
The 31-year-old was spotted by police officers carrying multiple bags near the East Bus Station.
A chase ensued, leading to his discovery in nearby bushes.
A search revealed plastic bags with cannabis-like material and a brown shoulder bag containing a loaded firearm, cash, and mobile phones.
Williams Jr. pleaded guilty to multiple charges, resulting in fines of $30,000 for marijuana possession, $10,000 for firearm possession, and an additional $6,000 for ammunition possession.
Attorney Pete-Semaj McKnight represented him.
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