The Muskogee County Sheriff’s Drug Task Force arrested Timothy Moss Saturday night on suspicion of drug trafficking after they said he led them on a chase.
Deputies found drugs in Moss’ car as well as an ankle monitor that Moss wasn’t wearing.
“It’s very frustrating. We’ve utilized a lot of agencies and a lot of men and we’ve spent a lot of hours investigating this specific individual,” said investigator Ryan Lowe.
FOX23 found that this isn’t the first run-in with Moss that deputies have had. A search warrant was served at his house last December.
“In our past dealings with him every time we have made contact with that individual he has either been in possession of or in the process of or in the act of selling narcotics,” Lowe said.
Court documents show Moss was arrested in December for drug trafficking and other serious charges. He posted a $100,000 bond.
Moss was arrested just a couple of months later for a traffic violation.
“Upon entering the jail he attempted to drop approximately 1 ounce of crystal meth inside the jail,” Lowe said.
FOX23 found that an initial $100,000 bond was reduced to $5,000 and an ankle monitor was required.
“The third time here is the charm and we hope this individual is not allowed to run the streets freely and sell narcotics in our community and I think the taxpayers in our community deserve better,” Lowe said.