NAUGATUCK — Police made a second arrest as part of a narcotics investigation conducted last November and December.
Police arrested Infinitti Robinson, 21, of 95 Easton Ave., Waterbury, on Sunday on a warrant. According to court documents, police said the investigation showed Robinson and her cousin, 23-year-old Nakeem Robinson, were selling heroin and other drugs out of 96 Aetna St., where Nakeem Robinson lived. Nakeem Robinson was charged earlier this month in connection to the investigation.
Police executed a search warrant at 96 Aetna St. on Dec. 6, court documents state. Infinitti Robinson and Nakeem Robinson were at the home at the time, as well as four juveniles and an older family member.
In separate bedrooms, police found 12 “bundles” of heroin, 45 Xanax pills and two bags of marijuana totaling nearly 14 grams, according to court documents. “Bundles” are typically 10 individual packets of heroin packaged together.
Police also seized two cellphones, $68, four counterfeit one-hundred dollar bills, and two digital scales from the house.
Police charged Infinitti Robinson on Sunday with illegal sale of controlled substance by non-drug-dependent person, distribution of controlled substance with 1,500 of a school, and possession of controlled substance. She was held on bond and scheduled to appear in Waterbury Superior Court on Monday.
Online judicial records show Infinitti Robinson was also arrested Dec. 6 — the day the search warrant was executed — by Naugatuck police and charged with several drug-related crimes and risk of injury to child. This case is still working its way through the court system.