Two face drug charges after stopOctober 07,2013Two face drug
charges after stop
KILLINGTON — Two people are scheduled to be arraigned today on drug charges following a traffic stop Saturday night.
Johanna M. Dorsey, 23, of Sudbury, is facing a felony possession charge after a search of her vehicle revealed 21 bags of heroin, police said. According to police, Dorsey’s passenger, Saiquan W. Robinson, 37, of Brooklyn, N.Y., fled on foot after police found him in possession of Ecstasy.
State police and officers from Killington and Rutland City, who used a police dog, tracked down Robinson and took him into custody.
Dorsey was held in Rutland jail on $50,000 bail, while Robinson was lodged on $20,000 bail. Both Dorsey and Robinson are expected to be arraigned today in Rutland criminal court.MORE IN This Just InThe Rutland High School varsity cheerleading team is taking their high energy, attention-grabbing... Full StoryPigs nearly managed to fly in Connecticut, terrorized hikers in Maine and drew a police response... Full StoryThe political ascendance of Peter Shumlin came thanks in part to support from the Progressive Party. Full Story
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