(CBS SF) — A convicted murderer and fugitive from the state of Washington was arrested on drug charges at a Bay Area Rapid Transit station Tuesday.

BART Police said a suspect was arrested early Tuesday morning at the Bay Fair station for possession of methamphetamine and marijuana for sale.

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According to the police log, the arresting officer believed the suspect was providing a false name. Through a fingerprint check, the suspect was identified as 38-year-old Joshua Robinson, wanted by Seattle Police on outstanding warrants for felony domestic violence, unlawful imprisonment and intimidating a witness.

According to KCPQ-TV in Seattle, Robinson – who served nearly 15 years for second-degree murder in a 1998 shooting – is accused of repeatedly assaulting a pregnant woman in March of this year and later threatening her after she and her young daughter escaped the attack.

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Robinson was also convicted in 2014 for assaulting a woman in front of her 2-year-old daughter, and pled guilty to robbery that same year, the report said. He was released from prison in 2016 and has a pending DUI case from a January 2017 incident, KCPQ reported.

Robinson was booked at Santa Rita Jail for possession of narcotics, possession of marijuana for sale, providing false information to police and the outstanding warrants.


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