A Pine Bluff man who is currently on parole and has drug related charges pending against him was arrested Saturday on new drug charges.

A Pine Bluff man who is currently on parole and has drug related charges pending against him was arrested Saturday on new drug charges.

Terrance Lee, 27, ran from vice and narcotics officers when they stopped the car he was driving on the north side of Pine Bluff. He allegedly threw a bag containing an off-white, rock-like substance that field tested positive for crack cocaine while he was running.

During a court hearing Monday for Lee, Deputy Prosecutor Maxie Kizer said officers had obtained a search warrant for Lee’s car and when they saw it on North Magnolia Street at about 7 p.m., stopped the vehicle.

Detective Jack Hendon reported that Lee got out of the car, began to run and lost his shorts during the chase.

Kizer said police found $576 in cash in the shorts and the crack cocaine weighed 7.5 grams.

After Lee was arrested, he reportedly told a witness to call a person and tell them “the cops got your dope.”

Kizer said Lee is on parole after being convicted in Lincoln County, and has pending charges of possession of a controlled substance in Jefferson County.

At Kizer’s request, Pine Bluff District Judge John Kearney set a $10,000 cash only bond for Lee and told him to come back to court Aug. 20.

Lee said he would hire his own attorney.