43 Year Old Harvard Man Charged With Drug Trafficking Arrested On Warrant After Failing To Return To Jail After Furlough

The 43-year-old Harvard man charged with drug trafficking who was sought on an arrest warrant is back in custody.

Tyson Farley was temporarily released from jail by Latah County Second District Court Magistrate Judge Megan Marshall so he could visit a family member who was deathly ill.  Farley never turned himself back into the jail in Moscow and a warrant was issued for his arrest.  He was recently arrested on the warrant in Spokane and has been transported back to the Latah County Sheriff’s Office Jail.

Farley was arrested by Moscow Police in September when he was found passed out in parked car.  Officers reportedly found Farley with fentanyl pills.  52-year-old Tanya Rhoads was also arrested for meth trafficking in the same case.