‘You couldn’t catch a cold’: Wanted man taunts cops on Facebook – and says he’s in Marbella
A Doncaster man wanted by South Yorkshire Police as part of an investigation into drug dealing has been taunting the force on Facebook.
Jordan McDonald, aged 24, has been circulated as wanted by South Yorkshire Police since last September.
His photograph has been published again today by South Yorkshire Police alongside that of 32-year-old Roxanne Chantel Price.
The pair, who are believed to be together, are wanted in connection with an alleged conspiracy to deal Class A drugs between April and June 2020.
McDonald is white, 5ft 7ins tall, of a heavy build and has dark hair.
Price is white, 5ft tall, slim build and has shoulder length, light brown-blonde, straight hair.
Both are believed to frequent the Hyde Park and Cantley areas of Doncaster, with McDonald also having links to Scarborough and Ireland.
In a Facebook post from December 15, McDonald shared a video from a beach and claimed to be in Marbella, Spain.
He wrote: “Police had me under surveillance so I had to jump on a plane, one way ticket to Marbella. Told PC Plod ‘cya later’.”
In a post the month before, he said he was ‘checking in on everyone’ and claimed he was being ‘wrongfully accused’ by South Yorkshire Police.
In a message to the force he said: “You couldn’t catch a cold.”
In August he posted that he was ‘on the run' and in October he mocked detectives for tracking him down to Ireland but not realising that he had left and returned to the UK.
He claimed he was ‘innocent’ of all offences he had been arrested on suspicion of before being released on police bail.
During his time on the run she shared a police Facebook post of a successful operation to disrupt the supply of drugs in Doncaster and said ‘I don’t sell drugs’.
The police post detailed the seizure of £11,000, cocaine and cannabis after raids in Doncaster in August.
Three people were detained as part of the operation - a 64-year-old man and two women, aged 47 and 19, who were arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to supply drugs.
Anyone with information should call South Yorkshire Police on 101 and quote crime reference number 14/127381/20.
Crimestoppers can also be contacted on 0800 555111.