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10 Time Convicted Felon Arrested By The Spokane Gang Team

SPOKANE POLICE PRESS RELEASE: On October 21, 2011 members of the Spokane Violent Crime Gang Enforcement Team, including a Washington State Department of Corrections Community Custody Officer, contacted Michael J. Jordan, a person currently under DOC Supervision. 

This was a routine residential check by a representative of the Department of Corrections to ensure Jordan was in compliance with his release conditions. 

During the officer's contact with Jordan, he attempted to flee and discarded a pistol during his attempt to get away. A further search of the residence revealed various illegal controlled substances, prescription medications, scales, and packaging materials. 

Michael J. Jordan, 28-years-old, from Spokane, was arrested for Unlawful Possession of a Firearm.  Another resident of the home, Sarah Sijohn, 21-years-old, from Spokane, was arrested for Possession of a Controlled Substance with Intent to deliver. 

It should be noted Jordan is a ten time convicted felon, and is listed as a "Repeat Offender" with an extensive criminal history. 

Any persons with information related to this, or any other gang related incident, are encouraged to contact the Spokane Violent Crime Gang Enforcement Team at 509-625-GANG (4264).  Callers can remain anonymous.

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