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By Patrick Yost

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Morgan County authorities have issued an arrest warrant for a Buckhead man who allegedly fled a targeted traffic cease from a automobile that contained each suspected marijuana and suspected cocaine.

According to Morgan County Sheriff’s Workplace reports, Curtis Donquale Robinson, 39, is wanted on charges of possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, obstruction, possession of cocaine with the intent to distribute, window tint violation, handicap parking space violation and failure to signal.

A Morgan County Sheriff’s Workplace deputy attempted to cease Robinson though he was allegedly driving a Ford Expedition on Fifth Street in Madison with heavily tinted windows. Reports state the Expedition stopped in the parking lot of R&B Cafe and Robinson exited the automobile and fled on Burney Street.

The officer attempted to cease Robinson but was unsuccessful. 

The officer returned to the automobile and, reports state, smelled marijuana in the automobile. A search of the automobile developed 13 bags of marijuana divided into a single ounce, quarter-ounce and tenth of an ounce bags. An ounce of suspected marijuana was also located in a Mason jar. 

The officer also reported getting 14 grams of suspected crack cocaine in a plastic bag along with a digital scale and 18 empty plastic bags. 

In the center console of the automobile, the officer reported getting a partially smoked marijuana cigarette and a $50 bill. 

The officer also reported that though he was at the scene of the targeted traffic cease, a relative of Robinson who owns the automobile named Morgan County Dispatch to report that the automobile had been stolen. The relative told dispatch that somebody had stolen the automobile though Robinson was driving the automobile.

The officer named the automobile owner and told her that the automobile had been involved in a targeted traffic cease and the driver had left the scene. 

The officer captured an image of Robinson from his Facebook web page to recognize him as the alleged driver.

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