Police captures young fugitive who disguised as elderly man

A Massachusetts man wanted on drug trafficking charges has finally been arrested.

31-year-old Shaun Miller went missing in April 2016 after he and several others were indicted on heroin distribution charges.

He was captured after police went to a house on Cape Cod on Thursday, August 18, 2016 looking for Shaun Miller.

 

When officers ordered a man inside to come outside, an elderly-man emerged who did not initially match Miller's description, police said.

Police found two loaded guns in a laundry basket inside the Yarmouth house where Miller had been hiding out, along with $30,000 in cash, according to the US Attorney’s office.

The Yarmouth Police Department said Miller is one of 12 who have been indicted on firearms and drug trafficking charges.

He is indicted on a charge of possession of heroin with the intent to distribute as part of a larger criminal complaint into the Nauti street gang, according to police.

Miller, who is from Hyannis and is also known as Shizz Miller, is being held pending a detention hearing in federal court.


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