Police: Warriors Mark man sold cocaine
A Warriors Mark man is in jail after state police say he sold cocaine and a synthetic stimulant to a police informant in early 2017.
Robert Eugene Miller, 50, of Warriors Mark, was arraigned Tuesday on felony and misdemeanor drug delivery and possession charges stemming from two alleged sales of drugs in January and February 2017.
According to charges filed by state police, Miller supplied 2 grams of cocaine to the informant on the afternoon of Jan. 25 for $200.
Then on Feb. 6, Miller allegedly sold the informant $200 worth of alpha-pyrrolidinopentiophenone, otherwise known as A-PVP, bath salts or flakka — a powerful synthetic stimulant that can cause hallucinations and paranoia.
Miller allegedly picked the informant up in Tyrone on both occasions.
He then allegedly supplied the drugs after driving to other locations in the Tyrone and Bellwood areas, state police noted in the charges.
Miller’s bail was set at $20,000 cash on each of the two cases filed by state police.
He remains in Blair County Prison to await a preliminary hearing on Nov. 20 in Tyrone District Court.