A Rock Hill man is facing drug charges after an arrest Wednesday night in an apartment building parking lot.
Corey Robinson, 31, of Baker St. was arrested around 8 p.m. after being approached by officers and was charged with possession with intent to distribute crack cocaine, possession in proximity of a park and public display of a liquor bottle, according to Rock Hill Police.
Robinson was standing in a group of people outside the apartments on the 200 block of Friedheim Road. As police approached, Robinson walked around the back side of a parked car before returning to the group. He was also reportedly seen throwing an open liquor bottle into some nearby bushes. While one officer spoke to him, the other walked around the vehicle and reportedly found 1.1 grams of crack cocaine in a small plastic bag.
The drugs were found approximately one block from Friedheim Park, and Robinson was found to have five previous drug convictions in the past 12 years, both of which enhance the charges Robinson is now facing. He was arrested at the scene and transported to the Rock Hill jail.