https://t.co/2Wjubz9q6w?amp=1 The crime-fighting persona of “Phoenix Jones” has taken an interesting twist. Jones is the alter ego of Seattle’s Ben Fodor, a mixed martial artist whose highest-profile fights were in World Series of Fighting. In costume, Fodor garnered headlines through his vigilante crime patrols in downtown Seattle and adjacent neighborhoods. But according to Seattle television station KOMO, Fodor recently found himself on the wrong side of the law, as he was arrested earlier this month in King County (Wash.) and faces multiple drug charges after allegedly selling Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA) and cocaine. According to KOMO, Jones sold 7.1 grams of MDMA, known on the streets as “Molly,” to an undercover agent of the Seattle Police Department at a Starbucks on Nov. 21. The agent had sent Fodor $300 via Venmo prior to the deal, paid another $200 in person, and had an agreement for a future deal. That second transaction was consummated on Jan. 9, after which Fodor and alleged accomplice Andrea Irene Berendsen were arrested. Seven bundles of cocaine were discovered, according to the KOMO report. This is not Fodor’s first run-in with law enforcement, as he has been cited eight times for driving on a suspended license. Fodor was released on Jan. 11 and is scheduled for arraignment on Feb. 3. In MMA, Fodor has a 7-3-1 record, which includes a 1-2 run in WSOF in 2015 and 2016. He last competed on Oct. 14, 2017, dropping a unanimous decision to Austin Vanderford in Tacoma, Wash. Wanted to clean the streets so he can rule the streets. Cant have any competition.