David Robinson, Bloomingdale, Ga., sentenced for intent to deal meth
David Allen Robinson, 31, Bloomingdale, Ga., will serve two years in prison and three years probation for intent to deal methamphetamine in Minot.
North Central District Court Judge Todd Cresap sentenced him on Tuesday to a total of five years in prison, with all suspended but the two years. Robinson must also pay $1,025 in court costs and obtain a chemical dependency evaluation.
According to a probable cause affidavit filed with the court, Robinson was wanted on a Georgia warrant for failure to register as a sex offender. Police went looking for him at Trinity Hospital, where Robinson’s baby had just been born and tested positive for drugs. Robinson was later located and arrested on the outstanding warrant and was booked into the jail, where a search turned up a plastic bag containing 69 grams of methamphetamines, three grams of marijuana and black tar heroin flattened to the size of a pea.