Two people in Livingston County were arrested after a traffic stop. Investigators say they found seventy-five hypodermic needles and two stolen purses, as well as candy allegedly taken from a Nunda Dollar General store. Deputies arrested Sean Kohlmeier, 32, and Nitashia Robb, 27. Investigators say a check of Kohlmeier’s license found it had been suspended three times.Kohlmeier was charged with aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle. Robb was arrested for criminal use of drug paraphernalia and criminal possession of stolen property, which are misdemeanor charges. She arrested on additional charges after being taken into custody. Deputies say, after being checked into central booking, a bag of fentanyl was found in a patrol vehicle, under the spot where she had been seated. After her arraignment, a bag of fentanyl was allegedly found on her person while she was changing into a jail outfit. Therefore, Robb was also charged with criminal possession of a controlled substance and felony charges of promoting prison contraband and tampering with physical evidence.Both Robb and Kohlmeier are being held in the Livingston County Jail.
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