Police: Drug dealer arrested after traffic stop

Police said they found marijuana, cocaine, morhpine pills during arrest

David Reynard Wright, 34, booking photo
David Reynard Wright, 34, booking photo (Jacksonville Sheriff's Office)

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – A suspected drug dealer was arrested Monday on multiple drug charges following a traffic stop on North Liberty Street, The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office said. 

Investigators said they saw David Reynard Wright, 34, making hand-to-hand transactions in the Jaya’s Crab Shack and More parking lot. 

Wright was later pulled over driving at high speeds on North Liberty Street, where he presented a Florida ID card instead of a driver’s license, police said. According to the police report, when the officer asked Wright if he had a valid driver’s license, he replied, “My license is suspended. Don’t you remember me from the other day?”

Wright’s car was searched after he admitted to officers that he “had a little weed,” according to the police report.

According to the police report, when officers searched Wright’s car, they found a purple glove with a plastic bag inside stuffed with nine individually wrapped baggies of marijuana, a Newport cigarette box with 29 morphine sulfate pills inside it, which tested positive for opiates, and a cigar tube containing 11 white, rock-like substances that tested positive for cocaine.

Police said Wright admitted to selling the marijuana but denied all knowledge of the morphine pills.

Wright was arrested without incident, police said.