Traffic Stop Leads to Drug Charges Against Raleigh Man
A Raleigh man faces several charges of drug trafficking after he was arrested in the parceling of convenience store on N.C. 211 last Thursday.
Caleb Marcus Robinson, 32, of Amber Lantern Street, Raleigh, has been charged with two counts of trafficking in opium, possession with intent to sell/deliver Schedule II (Oxycondone), possession schedule IV (Xanax), maintain a place to keep controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia, according to a press release from the Moore County Sheriff's Office.
Robinson was pulled over in the parking lot of the Alco Convenient Store on N.C. 211 near the Hoke County line. Deputies seized 52 Oxycodone pills, three Xanax pills, six Somas pills and eight Floricet pills during the traffic stop, according to the release.
Robinson was jailed, with bail set at $30,000.
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