Alleged Pill Dealer Held On $100,000 Surety Bond
By Katlyn Reece
(Moores Hill, Ind.) – An accused drug dealer is being held at the Dearborn County Law Enforcement Center for allegedly selling a controlled substance to an undercover police officer.
Police arrested Robbins February 22, 2014 on dealing Oxycodone and Buprenorphine out of her home.
In August 2013, detectives were informed that Rayna Robbins, 36, of Moores Hill, was selling prescription medications from her home. An undercover officer made contact with Robbins about buying Oxycodone from her. She later contacted the officer claiming to have found a supplier. When they returned to Robbins house she sold them $90 worth of Oxycodone, said police.
A week later, police were informed that Robbins had just filled her prescription for Buprenorphine and was going to sell those pills, said police. A staged buy was arranged in the area of Main Street in Moores Hill.
Robbins was standing in her front yard with a juvenile female later identified as Robbins’ daughter, said police. That’s when the undercover officer allegedly bought $80 worth of Buprenorphine from Robbins.
Robbins is facing three felony counts including Dealing in a Schedule II Controlled Substance (Oxycodone) (Class B felony), Dealing in a Schedule III Controlled Substance (Buprenorphine) (Class B felony), and Neglect of a Dependent (Class D felony). She is being held on a $2,500 cash bond and a $100,000 surety bond awaiting a pretrial omnibus hearing set for April 28.