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Superior Police have arrested a resident for the repeated sale and delivery of heroin.  Carvell Nashun Robinson was arrested following an investigation by the narcotics officers of both the Superior Police Department and the Douglas County Sheriff's office.

More than three grams of heroin was seized during the investigation.  Robinson will be charged with six counts of the Sale/Delivery of Heroin, and one count of Party to a Crime of Sale/Delivery of Heroin.  Each count is a Class F Felony and carries a penalty of a fine not to exceed $25,000, or imprisonment not to exceed 12 years and 6 months, or both.  Robinson will make his initial court appearance this afternoon.

In addition, Robinson is a convicted felon.  A search warrant that was executed at his residence as part of the investigation found him to be in possession of two firearms.   Both of the firearms were confiscated and an additional charge of Felon in Possession of a Firearm - a class G Felony - is being sought.  A Class G Felony carries a penalty of a fine not to exceed $25,000, or imprisonment not to exceed 10 years, or both.

These are preliminary allegations and all suspects are presumed innocent by law, pending future court proceedings.

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