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More than 24 charges filed against Maysville man

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JACKSONVILLE, N.C. - Deputies have filed more than 24 charges against a Maysville man.

The Onslow County Sheriff's Office says they got a tip that 24-year-old Quentin James Bryant was in a vehicle traveling down Belgrade/Swansboro Road.

Because he had so many warrants against him and a history of violence and fleeing and resisting arrest, several officers and a K-9 unit responded to the tip. They say Bryant attempted to flee arrest, but eventually surrendered and was arrested without incident.

Brant was wanted on numerous charges, including motor vehicle theft, probation violation, and several drug charges.

He was placed in the Onslow County Jail under a $195,000 bond.
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