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Roland man back in jail two hours after Tulsa release

Jordan Kyle Miller, of Roland, has been in the regional spotlight as of late with several arrests for drugs in three separate areas, in two separate states.


Facing charges in Arkansas, Miller was arrested on June 1st of this year in a Tulsa heroin trafficking ring. He spent 43 days in the David L. Moss Correctional Center before being released around 8:30 PM on Monday, July 13th, in an extremely rare and lucky case of a heroin trafficker receiving a suspended sentence.


**UPDATE** TODAY IN FORT SMITH HAS BEEN INFORMED THAT THESE ALLEGATIONS ARE FALSE BY ONE OF THE GIRLFRIENDS ON FACEBOOK. HOWEVER, JORDAN MILLER STILL FACES THESE CHARGES AND THE NEWS DOESN'T STOP WHERE THE FEELINGS OF DRUG DEALER SYMPATHIZERS BEGINS.**


Miller was booked into the Sequoyah County Detention Center at 10:20 PM on Monday, July 13th on valid charges less than two hours after being released from Tulsa on a suspended sentence for heroin trafficking.


Miller now faces the following charges:

  • • POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE

  • • DUI: DRIVE UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ANY OTHER INTOXICATING SUBSTANCE

  • • SPEEDING

  • • FAILURE TO PAY// RULE 8 ELIGIBLE

  • • POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE

  • • APPLICATION TO ACCELERATE

  • • POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE

  • • POSSESSION OF PARAPHERNALIA

  • • APPLICATION TO ACCELERATE

  • • POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE

  • • DUI: DRIVE UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ANY OTHER INTOXICATING SUBSTANCE

  • • SPEEDING

  • • APPLICATION TO ACCELERATE

Stick with Today in Fort Smith as this appears to be a continually developing story and we will cover every detail in the case of this drug dealer.




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