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February 6, 2008

Thomasville--  Twenty-seven-year-old Cedric Robinson was already on probation.  Agents say they learned he got a new drug supply and was selling drugs from his house.

They found Robinson and his live-in girlfriend, 28-year-old Tatorrie Smith had 6.3-pounds of marijuana divided up into bags and stashed around the house.

Agents say Robinson may have been the supplier for smaller dealers. "When you have 6 or 7 pounds of marijuana, and he had $3,700 in his pocket so that indicates he probably already sold several pounds.  When you have that kind of weight, yeah, you'll sell, usually between dealers its anywhere between $800 and $1000 a pound," says Kevin Lee, Narcotics/Vice Division Commander.

Agents also siezed a 1997 Chverolet Tahoe. They say three small children were at the house when they arrested the suspected drug dealers.

 

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