Traffic stop leads to York drug suspect arrested for cocaine and guns, police say

Cori Rayvarr Rawlinson
Cori Rayvarr Rawlinson York County Sheriff's Office

A York man was arrested at home late Wednesday after drug agents reported they found cocaine, crack, marijuana and guns.

Cori Rayvarr Rawlinson, 23, of California Street in York, is charged with cocaine trafficking, possession of a weapon during a violent crime and five other felony drug charges, police and court records show. Rawlinson was arrested at home after the seizure at his house, records show.

Rawlinson has two past drug convictions, according to court records.

York County drug agents tried to talk to the driver of a black Dodge Charger around 4 p.m. Wednesday, when the driver fled on foot, according to a sheriff's office incident report. The driver left the car in the middle of Pecan Circle in York when he ran from officers, police said.

Marijuana was found in the car, police said.

Agents with the York County Multijurisdictional Drug Enforcement Unit then executed a search warrant for Rawlinson's home on California Street, the report stated.

Inside the home, police seized 20 grams of cocaine, eight grams of crack cocaine and 138 grams of marijuana, said Marvin Brown, commander of the drug unit.

Police seized two loaded weapons. One weapon was a pistol and the other was a Chinese rifle, according to the report.

Police also seized $2,401 in cash, Brown said.

Rawlinson was released Thursday on $105,00 bond, jail records show.

Andrew Dys: 803-329-4065, @AndrewDysHerald

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