Robinson and defensive back Hootie Jones were both charged with possession of narcotics in their hometown of West Monroe. The charges were more serious for Robinson, a potential first-round draft pick next season.
Along with misdemeanor possession, Robinson was also charged with felony illegal possession of stolen firearms.
Robinson remains in jail as of Tuesday morning with a $750 bond, according to the Quachita Parish Sheriff Office.
The arrest occurred early Tuesday morning in a parking lot of a local park. According to the police report, officers pulled up to Robinson's car ar 2:33 a.m. smelling marijuana.
When approaching the vehicle, officers spotted a handgun on the lap of the passenger. A bag of marijuana was also observed on the driver's side floorboard. The stolen handgun was located under Robinson's seat. Jones and Robinson were also charged with possessing a handgun in the presence of narcotics. The charges were filed at 4:02 a.m.
Players are currently on a three-week break from school before summer classes resume after Memorial Day.
Robinson has started all 29 games in two games at left tackle.
It's like they aren't even trying any more.
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