His attorney, Kevin Coyne, said Miller has “rounded a corner” and now works three jobs, has an apartment and vehicle, and is staying clean. “The thing that distinguishes him from a lot of my clients is that the guy has plans,” said Coyne. “He’s thinking about the future, not just next week or tomorrow.”
According to a release from Delaware County District Attorney Katayoun M. Copeland, Miller was caught Jan. 10 after staff at the county prison in Concord received word that he was in possession of contraband.
Miller was ordered to remove his pants during a strip search by Sgt. Darold Williams and Corrections Officer Christopher Clyde. While pulling his leg from his pants, Williams noticed Miller holding something in his right hand and ordered him to turn it over… Read More