A Glassboro, N.J. man who reportedly told Bensalem Police that he sold prescription drugs on the street to “make extra money” is facing felony charges stemming from allegedly selling to an undercover police officer.
Donald Miller, 22, of Mecoush Drive in Glassboro, who was charged on Oct. 2 with a felony count of possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, is alleged to have sold 120 oxycodone pills to an undercover Bensalem police officer in the parking lot of Texas Roadhouse on Street Road on Aug. 12, according to court documents.
Upon his arrest following the alleged incident, Miller told police that he “middle mans a lot of deals” involving the street sale of Percocet and Xanax and has been doing so “for a couple of years,” according to court records.
Miller told police that he sells drugs once a week, makes $100 and uses that money for gas and food, according to court documents. He allegedly told police that he was to make $200 from the $1,800 sale of 120 oxycodone pills to the police officer, according to court documents.
Miller was sent to prison in lieu of posting 10 percent of $50,000 bail. He awaits a preliminary hearing later this month.