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A Kansas drug treatment clinic owner has been hit with drug trafficking charges after he was pulled over in a Maserati while in possession of meth, heroin, and other substances, federal prosecutors said.
Trevor J. Robinson, 44, was indicted by a grand jury last week for felony possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine, cocaine, heroin, fentanyl and ecstasy, the US attorney for the Western District of Missouri said.
Prosecutors said Robinson was the owner of Nuvista, an opioid addiction clinic that he runs in Olathe, Kansas.
He still appeared Monday on the clinic’s site, where he was listed as an office manager.
Prosecutors said the investigation into Robinson began when he was stopped by Kansas City police while he was driving a Maserati in October.
During a search, officers found 1.5 kilograms of methamphetamine, pills, plastic bags containing cocaine and heroin, a digital scale, a leather-bound ledger notebook, and more than $12,500 in cash, prosecutors said.
If convicted of the intent to distribute charge alone, Robinson could face life in prison.
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