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Binghamton Police: Litterbug Faces Drug Counts

Bob Joseph/WNBF News

A Binghamton man’s problems with police started when officers tried to stop him for littering on a downtown street.

Authorities say members of the Community Response Team tried to stop 19-year-old Reginald Morris Jr. for allegedly littering.

Investigators say Morris struggled with officers after a foot pursuit.

Police say they discovered he was in possession of cocaine, heroin and marijuana.

Morris faces five felony drug possession counts and a violation count of marijuana possession. He also was charged with resisting arrest and littering.

Morris was being held at Broome County Jail without bail.

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