Three Arrested for Meth and Marijuana Around Infant, and In School Zone, GOODRICH, April 2, 2019 - On March 27, 2019, detectives with the Polk County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Division responded to 125 Montgomery in the City of Goodrich. Information was obtained about the residence and a fire department call to the residence for snakes crawling all over the residence. Information was they believed the person, Stacy Rogers, was on some type of narcotic and they believed he needed to be checked on. When detectives arrived, they went to the front door. A wheel chair bound elderly lady who owned the residence invited them in. She invited the detectives to go check on her grandson and she pointed the way toward the room he was in (after she had yelled for him to come there several times). Detectives knocked on the bedroom door. Stacy Rogers (the grandson) opened the door. Detectives observed methamphetamine in plain sight on a night stand. They also observed another person in the room identified as Robin Donley. A search warrant was obtained for the residence. A search rendered a large quantity of methamphetamine as well as scales used to weigh the methamphetamine. Child Protective Services was called to the residence due to an 8 month old girl who had been staying in the room with Rogers and her mother, Brandi Jackson. Rogers was arrested and charged with manufacture and delivery of methamphetamine in a school zone and exploitation of the ederly/disabled. Donley was arrested for possession of meth in a drug free zone. Richard Phillip Kinser was also arrested for possession of meth in a drug free zone, tampering with physical evidence and a warrant for trespassing. All three subjects were arrested and have a lengthy criminal history that mainly consist of drug and theft charges. Evidence suggests that Rogers was selling meth and marijuana out of his disabled grandmother's residence. Other family members showed up at the residence a few days later to move the grandmother to a different residence were she can live without the drug dealing and traffic. More charges are possible as drug tests of the child and the parents are pending.
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Richard Phillip Kinser, 28, of Livingston
Robin Denise Donley, 46, of Livingston
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