More than 270 grams of cocaine were found during a traffic stop in Lancaster, the Lancaster County Sheriff’s Office said.
Lepoleon Hall, 35, was stopped on Zion Road. Investigators said he was known to have a suspended driver’s license.
During the stop, investigators said, they found a loaded handgun, about 1 pound of marijuana and approximately 277 grams of cocaine. The estimated street value of the drugs seized is $28,500, officials said.
Hall was charged with driving under suspension second offense, trafficking cocaine, possession with intent to distribute marijuana and unlawful carrying of a handgun.
His bond has been denied, the sheriff’s office said.