Plea deal for men charged with trafficking cocaine, heroin Ok’d

Two men arrested in a September bust that netted more than $2 million in cocaine and heroin pleaded to
amended charges in Wood County Court of Common Pleas on Monday.
Christopher Bustamante, 31, Montebello, California, and Bobby Robinson II, 24, Carson, California,
appeared in the courtroom of Judge Alan Mayberry.
Both men were arrested in September after the 2010 Freightliner tractor-trailer they were driving was
stopped by state troopers for a marked lanes violation on Interstate 80 eastbound, near Perrysburg.
A drug-sniffing dog revealed 42 pounds of cocaine and two pounds of black tar heroin in the cab of the
vehicle, worth $2,072,000.
Both men were charged with felony counts of trafficking in cocaine, possession of drugs, trafficking in
heroin, possession of heroin, and possession of criminal tools. If convicted, they could have received
up to 41 years in prison and up to a $82,500 fine.
However, as part of a plea agreement, they pleaded to the amended felony charges of trafficking in
cocaine and trafficking in heroin, with the other charges to be dismissed at sentencing.
Major drug offender specifications attached to the charges are to be dismissed as well.
The men are to be sentenced on June 26.