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BCSO arrest an Inwood man after a traffic stop

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Berkeley County Sheriff’s Office (BCSO) reports the arrest of an Inwood man after a traffic stop.

Inwood resident Derrick Hollins has been arrested after being stopped by Berkeley County Sheriff’s Corporal Shockey.

Shockey stopped two vehicles on South Foxcroft Avenue Martinsburg Friday, February 16 around 3 a.m.

Back up was called and Deputies located 10 bags of suspected cocaine along with a bag of suspected fentanyl along with a loaded handgun in the search of Hollins’ F-150 truck.

Further investigation revealed that the 50-year-old Hollins was a convicted felon which prohibits his possession of a firearm.

Hollins is not only facing charges of possession with the intent to deliver both cocaine and fentanyl but also charges of being a felon in possession of a firearm.

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