Black delivery driver held in gated community for half hour by HOA president demanding he justify his presence

‘It was hard to maintain restraint’

Travis Miller (center) being held in an Oklahoma City neighborhood.

By Kelly McLaughlin

A black delivery driver in Oklahoma City says a neighborhood’s homeowners’ association (HOA) president blocked him into the gated community and demanded to know why he was there and how he got in.

Travis Miller, a home appliance and furniture delivery driver, captured the ordeal on Facebook Live, in a video that’s now been watched more than 170,000 times.

He told KFOR that he was making a delivery in the Ashford Hills neighborhood of Oklahoma City on Monday when a man claiming to be the president of homeowners’ association blocked him from exiting the gated community with his car.

Video of the incident shows the man, self-identified as David Stewart, repeatedly asking Miller why he was in the gated community. The video shows that a white car had been parked in front of Miller’s truck, so he couldn’t drive forward.

More: https://www.insider.com/black-deliveryman-held-oklahoma-city-neighborhood-hoa-president-2020-5

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