A Florida fire corps arch was arrested after allegedly aggressive a teen before hidden his dungeon phone at a traffic light.
Jon Miller, 53, is accused of getting out of his automobile and opening the doorway of a china Mercedes, and then grabbing the driver’s palm before arguing with him and another teen in Sarasota County on Dec. 30, according to NBC2.
The teen motorist available Miller on his dungeon phone, which shows him reaching into the automobile and arguing with the two teens before snatching the phone and using off.
The teens eventually tracked down the phone at Miller’s home, where he approached the teens with a gun, the hire reported.
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Miller then grabbed the motorist by the hair before the cops arrived at the scene, according to NBC2.
He told cops the teens were trying to impel his car, and one of them threatened him with a knife.
Miller was placed on executive leave while Charlotte County human apparatus dialect conducts an inner investigation. He’s charged with thievery and second-degree battery.
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