A fugitive on the run for more than a year is behind bars after an early morning arrest Wednesday.
Halifax County lawmen say they arrested Terrill Harrison on South Sycamore St. in South Weldon just after midnight.
Cpl. C.E. Carroll, Detective Tyree Davis, Deputies Chris High and Earl Richardson of the Halifax County Sheriff’s Office along with Weldon Police Department Sergeant Will Shaw and North Carolina Probation Officer Rodney Robinson surrounded the home, a press release says.
Harrison was taken into custody without incident.
Harrison was arrested for Probation Violation, Possession of Firearm by Convicted Felon, Possession with Intend to Sell and Deliver Controlled Substance, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Driving While License Revoked, Simple Assault and Trespassing. Harrison was put in the halifax county jail under an $11,000 bond.
Harrison is due in court on December 7.
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