Greg Robinson was the second overall pick in the 2014 NFL draft. How quickly life can change!
On Wednesday, Robinson was riding with his former Auburn teammate, Jaquan Bray, and another unidentified passenger, when they were stopped after a drug-sniffing dog detected the odor of marijuana coming their vehicle. After a search was conducted, federal agents found 157 pounds of marijuana.
As a result, Robinson and Bray have both been charged with possession of marijuana with the intent to sell.
According to the criminal complaint, the unidentified passenger “showed agents cellphone texts that showed Robinson had offered to pay the passenger to claim ownership of the marijuana. The texts showed the passenger refused and would not have made the trip if aware of the drugs in the vehicle. The person was not charged.”
Robinson faces up to 20 years in federal prison, and he is currently being detained in a Texas jail.
Like Robinson, people all across this country are being charged with drug offenses including possession with intent to sell.
North Carolina drug charges, such as possession of marijuana, can have serious penalties and consequences. If you are charged in Winston-Salem with a North Carolina drug crime such as misdemeanor possession of marijuana, felony possession of marijuana, possession with intent to sell or deliver (PWISD marijuana), or trafficking in marijuana in Forsyth County or one of the surrounding counties, you need to speak with a Forsyth County criminal defense attorney.
Please call our office at (336) 725-6559 for a free consultation with an experienced Winston-Salem criminal defense attorney with knowledge about drug charges to review your case and to discuss your options.