Oklahoma man, 39, detained for a driving-related offense

Ada, Oklahoma Officials: man has been taken into custody, charged for a driving-related offense.

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Acting authorities in Ada, OK have locked up Lonnie Miller, in accordance with information published by the arresting agency where Lonnie is believed to have been held.

Mr. Miller was detained March 3, 2013, after having been booked for a driving-related offense. No information regarding the exact release date of this individual appears to have been published.

Miller, DOB 1974-03-09, was described as a white man of 39 years age. When booked, he weighed 245 lbs and was of height 6' 5".

Sources at Tulsa County Sheriff's Office reported the case details as shown in the video above.

Click here to view official charges.

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