Durham Man Awaiting Trial For Murder Arrested On Federal Weapons Charges
Posted September 26, 2003
DURHAM, N.C. — Daher Charles Holloway, who is out on bond awaiting trial on murder, drug and weapons charges, has been arrested on a federal firearms charge.
The 22-year-old Holloway, who also was arrested last month on drug and weapons charges, was charged this week with unlawfully receiving a firearm while under indictment.
Holloway was arrested without incident at Hyde Park Avenue and Juniper Street. He was taken to Greensboro Tuesday afternoon to face the federal charges.
Holloway was arrested in September of 2002 and charged with the July 31, 2002, shooting death of Augusta Dewayne Bass in the 1400 block of Evelyn Street.
Last Aug. 15, members of the Durham Police Department's District 1 Crime Area Target Team arrested Holloway after responding to complaints about possible drug activity in the 1500 block of North Hyde Park Avenue.
At that time, officers found 12.5 grams of crack cocaine and a 9 mm handgun with an extra clip in Holloway's possession. Holloway was charged with possession of crack cocaine with the intent to manufacture, sell or deliver and carrying a concealed weapon.