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Treatment Center Owner Charged for Trafficking Drugs

The owner of an addiction treatment center in Kansas is facing charges after he was allegedly found with a large stash of drugs, in addition to other items causing the authorities to assert that he is involved in trafficking.

44-year-old Trevor J. Robinson lives and works in Olathe. He is the owner and operator of the Nuvista LLC, which provides services as an opioid addiction treatment clinic that uses Suboxone to help the patients.

At the end of October, Robinson, who had an active warrant out for his arrest, was in his Maserati when the authorities caught up with him.

When they inspected his person and vehicle, the police reportedly discovered 15 pills in Robinson’s pocket, and nearly $1,000 in his wallet. When looking inside of the car, they allegedly uncovered a backpack holding 1.5 kilograms of methamphetamine, assorted plastic bags with an assortment of pills, marijuana, and $12,548. A book that purportedly served as a ledger was also reportedly discovered inside of the bag.

Robinson was taken into custody and later released.

On January 26, the Missouri U.S. Attorney’s Office disclosed that a federal grand jury has formally accused Robinson of five counts related to drug trafficking comprised of possessing with the intent to distribute methamphetamine, possessing with the intent to distribute cocaine, possession with the intent to distribute ecstasy (MDMA), possession with the intent to distribute heroin, and possession with the intent to distribute fentanyl.

Robinson was placed under arrest for the charges, and he is being held while he awaits his detention hearing where it will be determined if he should remain incarcerated, or be issued a bail amount for his release.

If you or someone you love is suspected of a drug offense, contact Orange County criminal defense lawyer Staycie R. Sena at (949) 477-8088 for a consultation now.

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