Roland fugitive captured in Tulsa trafficking heroin
A Roland man, wanted out of Sebastian and Sequoyah Counties on multiple drug charges, found himself back behind bars Monday afternoon, this time in the David L. Moss Correctional Facility in Tulsa.
Known only as a drug dealer, Jordan Kyle Miller was apprehended in a felony heroin trafficking bust by the Tulsa Police Department and booked into the jail shortly before 4:00 P.M. yesterday on a $31,000 surety bond.
Charges stemming from his latest arrest include Heroin Traffic, Possession of Controlled Dangerous Substance, Possessing/Receiving Drug Proceeds and holds for Fugitive From Justice in Sebastian County and Sequoyah counties.
After his prison stint in Arkansas, Miller was arrested twice this year, both times in May, on multiple felony drug charges including methamphetamine and cocaine. He spent a total of 5 hours in the Sebastian County Adult Detention Center and was released both times on a total of $3,200 in signature bonds.
Last month's arrests and potential (return to) prison time weren't enough for Miller to learn his lesson. Now he'll face the felony heroin trafficking charge in a city and county where they don't slap drug traffickers on the wrist.
With holds in two counties and two states, it's unlikely Miller will be released from anyone's custody any time soon. This is a developing story. Stick with Today In Fort Smith for updates and don't forget to bring a towel.