WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) - Loud music and a gun land an area felon back in jail.
Wilmington Police pulled over a vehicle playing loud music on North 30th St. in the Creekwood community Saturday afternoon.
After speaking with the two occupants of the vehicle, officers noticed that Obediah Hester was on the Wilmington Housing Authority's no trespassing list.
Hester then fled on foot and was later caught and arrested by police. Officers also managed to find a gun in Hester's vehicle.
Hester is charged with trespass and possession of a firearm by a felon.
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