June 24, 2024


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Man found guilty of fleeing law enforcement repeatedly faces probation change for drug use

Nathan W. Miller of Dundee was convicted of numerous fees connected with a May 26, 2020 incident that concluded with this crash on Aged Route 39 east of Sugarcreek

NEW PHILADELPHIA — A Dundee-spot male who has been convicted of fleeing legislation enforcement officers consistently may possibly have his probation modified or revoked mainly because of alleged drug use.

According to a motions filed by prosecutors in 3 scenarios, Nathan W. Miller, 30, analyzed good on April 18 for methamphetamine, amphetamine and cannabis.

The motions were being created by assistant Tuscarawas County prosecutors Scott Deedrick and Robert Urban, Jr. and a probation officer with the Community Corrections Method.

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In June, Miller was requested to serve 120 days in jail for five fees arising from incidents on Could 5, 2019, when he 2 times fled law enforcement in Tuscarawas County.

Frequent Pleas Choose Michael Ernest sentenced Nathan W. Miller for three counts of failure to comply with an buy or sign of a police officer, and just one depend each individual of resisting arrest and aggravated drug possession.

In addition to the jail term, the choose gave Miller a a few-calendar year jail sentence which he reserved in favor of two years’ probation.

Ernest ordered Miller to pay $509 to compensate the county for hurt to a cruiser. Miller rammed the car or truck driven by a deputy sheriff.

Also in June, Widespread Pleas Decide Elizabeth Lehigh Thomakos set Miller on probation for a few years in two scenarios that included a complete of 3 expenses of failure to comply with an order or signal of a law enforcement officer.

The cases, filed in 2019 and 2020, bundled rates of legal harming or endangering, two counts of driving below license suspension or in violation of license restriction and two counts of acquiring stolen residence.

In just one of the incidents, on May 26, 2020, Miller crashed a stolen motor vehicle at state Route 39 and Previous Route 39 east of Sugarcreek while fleeing from a deputy sheriff at believed speeds of 80 to 90 mph.

For the Might 26, 2020 situation, Thomakos reserved a overall time period of 4 years in prison, which would only be served if Miller have been to violate terms of his probation, which provided preserving a job and staying away from alcoholic beverages.

For offenses committed May 2, 2020, Thomakos gave Miller an 18-month prison sentence, which would be imposed if probation phrases were being violated.

Decide Ernest has scheduled a hearing on the deserves of the movement to revoke or modify Miller’s probation on June 10.

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This post initially appeared on The Instances-Reporter: Probation alter sought for male responsible of fleeing regulation enforcement