Man to serve prison sentence after guilty plea

Staff Writer
Pawhuska Journal-Capital

A Pawhuska man began serving sentences on Friday, Jan. 2, for multiple drug and burglary convictions related to arrests last winter and spring.

Eddie Jack Miles Jr., 32, pleaded guilty Dec. 11 after waiving his right to trials for second-degree burglary and possession of controlled substances.

The charges stemmed from separate arrests by the Pawhuska Police Department in December 2013 and May 2014.

Associate District Judge B. David Gambill sentenced Miles to prison terms of 10 years, with the final two years of the sentences to be served on probation.

In addition to court costs, Miles was ordered to pay more than $1,000 restitution, a $960 prosecution reimbursement fee and more than $1,500 in fines. He also must register as a meth offender.

Following his December conviction, Miles was released on bond until Jan. 2, 2015, when he reported to the Osage County Jail as part of a pre-arrangement in the case.