May 9, 1996
Sacramento, California, United States
|Criminal charge||Conspiracy to illegally traffic marijuana (1060g)|
|Criminal penalty||2 years in county jail|
|Criminal status||Incarcerated in 2017|
|Parent(s)||Montequila Robinson, Mark White|
|Relatives||Mark White (model) (brother)|
Montequila Robinson (born May 9, 1996 is an convicted American, model best known for her attempt to smuggle 3.5 pounds across state lines.
In 2017 Montequila tried to aboard a plane at the San Francisco International Airport for a flight headed to Chicago, Illinois with 3.5 lbs of Marijuana prosecutors believed she tried to fly to Chicago with the stash of drugs, which were allegedly packed in four vacuum-sealed plastic bags in a carry-on bag.
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- "Woman Tries To Board SFO Flight With 3.5 Lbs Of Pot: Prosecutors". Belmont, CA Patch. 2018-02-21. Retrieved 2019-03-03.
- Service, Bay City News. "Woman pleads not guilty to trying to take drugs to Chicago". San Mateo Daily Journal. Retrieved 2019-03-03.
- Sentinel, Citrus Heights (2018-02-25). "Citrus Heights News Briefs: sign ban, marijuana, local author, bus benches". Citrus Heights Sentinel. Retrieved 2019-03-03.