• Shaun Miller from Hyannis was arrested on Thursday in front of a Massachusetts home after disguising himself as an “elderly man”
  • Miller was later on identified by police as a fugitive on a charge of possession of an illegal drug
  • The station reported that two loaded handguns were found hidden in a laundry basket inside the home, along with about $30,000 in cash after Cape Cod Regional SWAT Team’s inspection of the house

A 31-year-old man was arrested on Thursday in front of a Massachusetts home after disguising himself as an “elderly man”, who was later on identified by police as a fugitive on a charge of possession of an illegal drug.

Shaun Miller from Hyannis, a fugitive since April, along with several others were charged on illegally distributing heroin, a highly addictive drug, having the intent to distribute them as part of a larger criminal complaint into the Nauti street gang.

The findings on Miller’s incident was the result of an investigation on Nauti street gang on Cape Cod, where other members of the gang were arrested due to firearm violations, drug trafficking and a 2015 murder.

The murdered victim according to prosecutors was a woman who had been targeted after testifying against a member of the Nauti gang in 2011.

Police went to a house on Cape Cod looking for Miller when an elderly man emerged after police ordered the man to come out of the house. Authorities described Miller being a “hunched-over elderly man”, who did not initially match his description.

According to the U.S Attorney’s office, when officers later on recognized that the man in front of them was Miller, they pulled off his “realistic disguise” and caught him under arrest.

The station also reported that two loaded handguns were found hidden in a laundry basket inside the home, along with about $30,000 in cash after Cape Cod Regional SWAT Team’s inspection of the house.

According to authorities, Miller’s disguise amounted to $2,000 and he purposely wears it around attempting to be free of police trail.