Updated: 02/07/2014 5:08 PM
Created: 02/07/2014 4:03 PM WDIO.com
Duluth police say they have a arrested a man for allegedly selling heroin while a 5-year-old child was in the room.
Authorities executed a search warrant on Thursday at the Voyageur Lakewalk Inn on the 300 block of East Superior Street.
During the search, investigators located about 7 grams of heroin and over $2,800 in cash.
31-year-old Carvell Nashun Robinson and a 25-year-old woman was taken into custody.
Police say the woman’s 5-year-old daughter was staying in the room while the man was selling heroin.
The man is lodged in the St. Louis County jail awaiting formal charges which police say could include 2nd Degree Sale of Heroin and Child Endangerment.
Robinson is currently on probation for alleged sale of crack cocaine, and was out on bail in Douglas County where we was charged with seven counts of Delivery/Sale of Heroin along two counts of Felon in Possession of a Firearm. He was also out on bail in St. Louis County for 3rd Degree Sale of Heroin.
The woman also faces additional charges relating to the drug investigation and Child Endangerment.
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