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Thursday, April 23, 2015
Muncie NAACP President Arrested For Dealing Cocaine To Police Informant
Timothy Wade Miles, 49, is the president of the Muncie chapter of the NAACP and the assistant director of the city's public transportation service, MITS. The Delaware Co. Sheriff's Department says Miles sold cocaine to a police informant on three separate occasions while driving a vehicle owned by the local transit agency. One of the drug transactions allegedly took place in Westside Park while children played nearby. Miles supposedly volunteered to the informant during one sale that he was president of the local NAACP. According to the Muncie Star Press, Miles told police following his arrest that he had gone into cocaine trafficking as a way of supplementing his income to pay court-ordered child support. He told police he paid $1,250 an ounce for the cocaine and sold it for twice that amount.