If he did in fact commit these charges… ( it has yet to be proven) he will have his day in court
Through COUNTY EMPLOYMENT RECORDS you can verify that Mr. Miller has NOT worked for NHCSD for 19 years consecutively, he actually came to work for NHCSD in 2002 after having worked with the Brunswick County Sheriffs Department, after having ORIGINALLY worked for the NHCSD.His total years of Law Enforcement may possibly be 19 years, but he has switched back and forth from NHCSD to BCSD then back to NHCSD. (and yes we know him professionally) And for those that say because he resigned he will keep his certification, that may be nice but first offense DUI "USUALLY" carries a MANDITORY revocation, so he won't be driving anything until that is resolved, if in fact he does lose his drivers license. Or it may all get thrown out of court and resolve itself.
Yes, we have ALL made mistakes, yes, we have ALL made poor choices. And like all of us with things that have gone wrong Mr. Miller will work through this.
No where did it say he refused a breath test, or indicate what he blew for that matter ( not that we read).....but the FACT is a NCSHP Trooper ARRESTED him for Driving While Impaired, during a BOOZE IT AND LOSE IT ROAD BLOCK! There is no "brotherhood" it was this STATE TROOPERS RESPONSIBILITY to do what he did. If you have ever gone through a road block, there are many troopers, and LEO's all around.Not one specific Trooper or LEO calls the shots.
Mistake, yes, it was a mistake that he didn’t call a cab to drive him home. Sad that he made the choice to resign BEFORE the internal affairs had completed their investigation into the matter, in which he could have very well been CLEARED of all charges. And still may very well be cleared.
There is a reason for having such a strict DUI law….. you drink you drive…. you CAN kill someone. The “victims” in this are Mr. Millers children. Hopefully Mr. Miller can get things back on track and move forward. We sincerely wish him the best.
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