On March 25, a Homewood Police officer stopped a vehicle driven by Rafeal Hill for various traffic offenses.
Upon stopping Hill, it was discovered he had a felony warrant out with Jefferson County to include drug paraphernalia.
Officer called a K9 unit to search the vehicle upon which Hill was arrested and his vehicle was towed.
A search warrant was obtained by narcotics detectives for the vehicle, and after the warrant was executed, plastic bags containing four pounds of cocaine were recovered. A semi-automatic handgun was found as well.
The estimated street value for the drugs is over $110,000.
Hill remains in the Jefferson County Jail at this time. Court records reflect a bond has not been set for his charges.