Marijuana and cocaine that authorities said was seized after a traffic stop is shown.

A Concord man is facing felony charges after officers found seven pounds of marijuana and 34 grams of cocaine in a traffic stop, officers reported.

Tevin Marcell Moore, 27, was charged with felony trafficking Schedule II, felony possession of Schedule VI, possession with intent to sell/deliver Schedule VI, maintaining a dwelling/vehicle for sale of narcotics, possession of drug paraphernalia, altering/destroying evidence and driving while license is revoked. A magistrate set a $250,000 bond when Moore was taken to the Iredell County Detention Center.

The Mooresville Police Department said that on Friday at 10:50 p.m., a citizen called reported a vehicle was being operated in an erratic manner on N.C. 150. Cpl. Arndt spotted the vehicle and stopped it. A search revealed the marijuana and cocaine, officials said.    

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