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Man charged with multiple felonies during traffic stop released on bond

A local Jacksonville man stopped for speeding in Holly Ridge Friday, April 6 has bonded out of jail on a $22,500 bond.

Daniel Tyler Parker was traveling at 66 mph in a 45 mph zone through Holly Ridge early May 6 morning, when he was stopped by Holly Ridge Police Department. When the officer who initiated the traffic stop approached Parker’s vehicle, she smelled a strong odor of vanilla. Parker then informed the officer that he had a weapon concealed under his driver’s seat.

The officer instructed Parker to exit the vehicle, so she could retrieve the weapon. Upon retrieving the weapon, a strong smell of marijuana inside of the car led the officer to the seizure of a stolen revolver, which was reported stolen to the Jacksonville Police Department, 4.14 ounces of marijuana, a “variety” of marijuana paraphernalia, $220 cash and a black Taurus Millennium 9mm.

Parker’s bond was set at $22,500. He was charged with the following offenses:

  • (F) Possession of Marijuana
  • (F) Manufacture Marijuana
  • (F) PWIMSD
  • (F) Possession of a stolen gun
  • (M) Carrying concealed gun
  • (M) Possession of marijuana paraphernalia
  • Speeding 66/45 MPH

Parker bonded out of the Onslow County Jail Friday, April 6 at 8:27 a.m.

His next court date is scheduled for April 26.

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