Traffic Stop Leads To Drug Trafficking Arrest

May 16, 2017

A recent traffic stop led to a drug trafficking arrest in Escambia County.

Robert Darnell Alexander-Steans, 26,  was pulled over by Escambia County deputies  for a traffic violation in a silver Volvo SUV near the 70th block of Leyete Drive.

Methamphetamines, crack cocaine, powder cocaine, ecstasy pills, bottles of promethazine and marijuana were located, according to deputies.

Steans was charged with: Cocaine trafficking over 28 grams to 150 kilograms, amphetamine trafficking or methamphetamine 14 grams or over, marijuana distribution, posession of a controlled substance without a prescription, operating a motor vehicle without valid license and possession or use of drug equipment.

Steans remained in the Escambia County Jail with bond set at $171,000.

Comments

2 Responses to “Traffic Stop Leads To Drug Trafficking Arrest”

  1. JJ on May 16th, 2017 6:19 am

    Great job by an alert deputy! That’s what law enforcement is, people. Know your patrol district and your people in it.

  2. Pensacola Pete on May 16th, 2017 5:05 am

    Isn’t there another case where LEOs are looking for a silver Volvo?

    Curious…





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