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Raleigh police arrest man for threatening officer, selling liquor illegally

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Harry Reed Harry Reed
RALEIGH, N.C. -

A Raleigh police officer was confronted by a man during a drug investigation who brandished a handgun and then ran into his residence where police found a stock pile of alcohol.

According to police records, a Raleigh officer was conducting a drug violation investigation on East Street when he was approached by a man later identified as Harry Reed.

The officer asked Reed to maintain a safe distance to which Reed replied he was safe. The officer repeatedly asks for Reed to keep his distance. Reed then tells the officer, "I have something for you," the report shows. Reed then leaves and enters his nearby apartment.

A short time later, Reed exits his apartment with his hands in his pockets. Police said Reed refused to remove his hands from his pockets. Then, Reed quickly removes his hands and pulls a handgun from his left pant pocket.

The Raleigh police officer asks Reed several times to drop the weapon, the report states. Reed then ran back inside his apartment.

Reed soon exits his apartment where he is promptly arrested, police said. Reed faces charges of communicating threats and resisting/delaying/obstructing justice. He also faces charges related to selling alcohol with out a permit.

Raleigh police used the incident  with the firearm to obtain a search warrant for Reed's apartment.

Reed faces charges of communicating threats and resisting/delaying/obstructing justice. He also faces charges related to selling alcohol with out a permit.

Officers seized the following in Reed's apartment:

  • 9mm handgun
  • Eight rounds of ammunition for a 9mm handgun
  • A magazine for 9mm handgun
  • Four E&J brandy pints
  • Four Smirnoff vodka pints
  • Seven Seagram's gin pints
  • 24 Christian Brothers Brandy 50ml
  • Eight Paul Mason brandy 50ml
  • 35 E&J brandy 50 ml
  • 73 Seagram's gin 50ml
  • 30 Smirnoff vodka 50 ml
  • 71 plastic Solo cups
  • 112 paper cups
  • Five packs of Newport cigarettes
  • Seven packs of Swisher Sweet cigarillos
  • 44 Natural Light 12oz cans
  • 47 Icehouse 12oz cans
  • 79 Budweiser 12oz cans
  • 12 Corona 7oz bottles
  • 23 Corona 12 oz bottles
  • 13 Miller High Life 12 oz cans
  • 15 Bud Light Platinum 12 oz cans
  • 15 Milwaukee's Best 12 oz cans
  • $91 in U.S. currency

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