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Henrico Police charge man with possession of cocaine, concealed weapons

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Tyrone Harrison (Source: Henrico Police) Tyrone Harrison (Source: Henrico Police)
HENRICO, VA (WWBT) -

A man pulled over by Henrico Police during a traffic stop is now facing drug and weapon charges.

Police responded to the 2400 block of Granville Ave around 3:30 a.m. Monday for a call of a man refusing to leave the residence. When police arrived, they saw Tyrone Harrison leaving the scene in a vehicle and made a traffic stop.

Police say Harrison tried to drive away while officers were speaking to him, but they were able to remove him from the vehicle. They say a stun gun was used on Harrison when he struggled with officers.

Police found two handguns and a white rock-like substance in the vehicle.

Harrison faces charges for carrying a concealed weapon and possession of cocaine.

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