21-year-old Princeton Reece was charged with a felony drug offense, theft of property, and possession of a firearm when officers spotted him matching the description of a male in relation to recent vehicle break-ins the area.
On September 2nd, Berry Hill Police Officers made a Terry Stop on Princeton Reece. He was seen walking northbound on 8th Avenue South. Reece matched the description of a man wanted for questioning regarding recent vehicle break-ins in the area. Upon speaking with Reece it was discovered and confirmed through dispatch that he was on probation out of Columbia County, Florida for possession of marijuana as well as possession of a firearm.
Reece smelled strongly of marijuana, which warranted probable cause to search his person and the backpack he was carrying. He was found to be in possession of a loaded firearm with an extended magazine which was confirmed stolen out of Davidson County. Reece was also in possession of a large amount of cash, and a large amount of marijuana which had been packaged for distribution.
Princeton Reece was charged with a felony drug offense, theft of property $1,000 or less, and possession of a firearm. His bond was set at $7,500.