A 30-year-old man was indicted Friday for dealing methamphetamine, heroin and cocaine in Juneau in January and March of this year.
Alexander “Axle” J. Robinson-Dunlap is facing multiple felony drug and weapons misconduct charges, according to the indictment.
Robinson-Dunlap sold “a small baggie” of methamphetamine to a confidential informant working with police on Jan. 10 at Bullwinkle’s Pizza Parlor in the Mendenhall Mall, according to an affidavit filed earlier this month by Assistant District Attorney Angie Kemp.
Police conducted another controlled buy at Walmart on Jan. 24 using the same informant, who is not named in court papers. The affidavit states the informant purchased another baggie of meth and one baggie of heroin.
The indictment alleges a third buy involving cocaine took place somewhere in Juneau on March 1. The charges allege that during that drug deal, Robinson-Dunlap was in possession of two firearms — a Hi-Point .45 caliber handgun and a Raven Arms .25 semi-automatic handgun.
Robinson-Dunlap was arrested the next day, March 2, by the Juneau Police Department. He remains in custody on a $10,000 cash performance bond.
Robinson-Dunlap’s next court appearance will be his arraignment in Juneau Superior Court. Judge Louis Menendez is assigned to the case.
The amounts of drugs involved were also not disclosed in court papers. Selling any amount of heroin, a Schedule IA controlled substance, is a class ‘A’ felony, the highest level felony, and can be punishable by up to 20 years in prison. Selling any amounts of methamphetamine or cocaine, Schedule IIA or IIIA substances, is a less serious class ‘B’ felony that can be punishable by up to 10 years in prison. Second-degree weapons misconduct for possessing firearms during the commission of such a crime is also a ‘B’ felony.
A grand jury on Friday also indicted another person in an unrelated case for theft.
Ronald R. Wheat, 45, was charged with one count of second-degree theft, a ‘C’ felony punishable by up to five years, for taking property from Fred Meyer valued between $50 and $500. The indictment alleges he has been convicted on two or more separate occasions for similar offenses.
Indictments are formal accusations of illegal activity, and they are not indicative of guilt. The district attorney’s office presents cases to the grand jury each Friday.
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