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The Register NorthJersey.com
Kelly: Trump's comments on Clinton further stir nation's gun debateHillary from any attacker than do her harm,” Nappen said. “This is what makes u
Kelly: Trump's comments on Clinton further stir nation's gun debate
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 14 days ago
Hillary from any attacker than do her harm,” Nappen said. “This is what makes us American. We defend one another.” But Bryan Miller, one of New Jersey’s most prominent gun control advocates, insisted that Trump had issued nothing short of... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Man Who Led Police On I-75 Chase Is Captured In Hixsonon a dangerous chase on I-75 in Ooltewah on Monday was captured at an apartment
Man Who Led Police On I-75 Chase Is Captured In Hixson
The Chattanoogan / Posted 18 days ago
on a dangerous chase on I-75 in Ooltewah on Monday was captured at an apartment complex in Hixson on Saturday night. James Bryan Miller had been added to the TBI's 10 Most Wanted List. Miller was apprehended at the Ellie Plaza Apartments. There... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
TBI: Top 10 fugitive in I-75 car chase that ended in crash has been capturedJames Bryan Miller. The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation says a man who tried
TBI: Top 10 fugitive in I-75 car chase that ended in crash has been captured
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 18 days ago
James Bryan Miller. The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation says a man who tried to run down police officers with his car and drove the wrong way on Interstate 75 last week is in custody. Three Chattanooga police officers fired at Miller after he... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
James Bryan Miller Sought In Incident On I-75; Is Added To TBI's 10 Most Wanted; $1,000 Reward OfferedThe man who led a wrong-way chase on I-75 on Monday, who was identified as 30-y
James Bryan Miller Sought In Incident On I-75; Is Added To TBI's 10 Most Wanted; $1,000 Reward Offered
The Chattanoogan / Posted 21 days ago
The man who led a wrong-way chase on I-75 on Monday, who was identified as 30-year-old James Bryan Miller, has been added to TBI's 10 Most Wanted. Anyone with information about Miller’s whereabouts should contact the TBI at 1-800-TBI-FIND. There is... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Suspect in Monday's Interstate 75 chase added to TBI's 'Top 10 Most Wanted' listin a vehicle fire in Ooltewah has been added to the Tennessee Bureau of Investi
Suspect in Monday's Interstate 75 chase added to TBI's 'Top 10 Most Wanted' list
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 21 days ago
in a vehicle fire in Ooltewah has been added to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation's "Top 10 Most Wanted" list. James Bryan Miller, 30, of Hixson, is wanted on charges including aggravated assault against police and reckless endangerment, TBI... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Man wanted for leading police on I-75 chase charged with homicide eight years agoto smash into officers with his car was charged with criminal homicide in a sep
Man wanted for leading police on I-75 chase charged with homicide eight years ago
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 22 days ago
to smash into officers with his car was charged with criminal homicide in a separate case nearly eight years ago. James Bryan Miller, 30, was arrested on Oct. 4, 2008, for criminal homicide after the shooting death of Isaac Robinson, according... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
James Bryan Miller Sought In Incident On I-75Chattanooga Police said the man who led a wrong-way chase on I-75 on Monday was
James Bryan Miller Sought In Incident On I-75
The Chattanoogan / Posted 23 days ago
Chattanooga Police said the man who led a wrong-way chase on I-75 on Monday was 30-year-old James Bryan Miller. Police said, "If you know the whereabouts of the alleged suspect please contact police immediately at 911." The officers who discharged... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
High-speed chase suspect namedthat ended in a crash by the Ooltewah Cracker Barrel on Tuesday. Police urge a
High-speed chase suspect named
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 23 days ago
that ended in a crash by the Ooltewah Cracker Barrel on Tuesday. Police urge anyone who knows the whereabouts of James Bryan Miller, 30, to call 911 immediately. Officers described his appearance as unshaven, with tattooed arms and dressed in... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
James Bryan Miller Sought For Firing At Police; Leading Long-Way Chase On I-75Chattanooga Police said the man who fired at officers and led a wrong-way chase
James Bryan Miller Sought For Firing At Police; Leading Long-Way Chase On I-75
The Chattanoogan / Posted 23 days ago
Chattanooga Police said the man who fired at officers and led a wrong-way chase on I-75 on Monday was 30-year-old James Bryan Miller. Police said, "If you know the whereabouts of the alleged suspect please contact police immediately at 911." The... Read more
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dna
US police use Pokemon Go to nab wanted criminalsThe catch is that the "random citizens" all have outstanding warrants. The whi
US police use Pokemon Go to nab wanted criminals
dna / Posted 25 days ago
The catch is that the "random citizens" all have outstanding warrants. The whimsical post has a serious purpose, said Sgt. Bryan Miller, a patrol sergeant and administrator of the Smithfield police Facebook page. First, to engage with the... Read more
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Business Standard India
US police using Pokemon Go to catch wanted criminalsThe catch is that the "random citizens" all have outstanding warrants. The whi
US police using Pokemon Go to catch wanted criminals
Business Standard India / Posted 25 days ago
The catch is that the "random citizens" all have outstanding warrants. The whimsical post has a serious purpose, said Sgt. Bryan Miller, a patrol sergeant and administrator of the Smithfield police Facebook page. First, to engage with the... Read more
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Daily Press
Smithfield police aim to lure wanted individuals with rare Pokémongrounds. Since then, more than 45,000 people have viewed the post and hundreds
Smithfield police aim to lure wanted individuals with rare Pokémon
Daily Press / Posted 26 days ago
grounds. Since then, more than 45,000 people have viewed the post and hundreds have shared it, Smithfield patrol Sgt. Bryan Miller said Friday. However, only a "random" group of citizens would be allowed to attempt to capture the Ditto. "If... Read more
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WLTX-TV Columbia
Police Try To Use 'Pokemon Go' As Lure For Wanted Citizensbeen invited to the station for the capture. All had outstanding warrants in th
Police Try To Use 'Pokemon Go' As Lure For Wanted Citizens
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted 27 days ago
been invited to the station for the capture. All had outstanding warrants in the town as of July 12. Police spokesman Sgt. Bryan Miller says the post was created to engage with the community and to get some leads on people wanted for charges... Read more
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KTHV Little Rock
Police try to use 'Pokemon Go' as lure for wanted citizensbeen invited to the station for the capture. All had outstanding warrants in th
Police try to use 'Pokemon Go' as lure for wanted citizens
KTHV Little Rock / Posted 27 days ago
been invited to the station for the capture. All had outstanding warrants in the town as of July 12. Police spokesman Sgt. Bryan Miller says the post was created to engage with the community and to get some leads on people wanted for charges... Read more
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WHAS TV11 Louisville
Police try to use 'Pokemon Go' as lure for wanted citizensbeen invited to the station for the capture. All had outstanding warrants in th
Police try to use 'Pokemon Go' as lure for wanted citizens
WHAS TV11 Louisville / Posted 27 days ago
been invited to the station for the capture. All had outstanding warrants in the town as of July 12. Police spokesman Sgt. Bryan Miller says the post was created to engage with the community and to get some leads on people wanted for charges... Read more
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WVVA Bluefield
Police try to use 'Pokemon Go' as lure for wanted citizensbeen invited to the station for the capture. All had outstanding warrants in th
Police try to use 'Pokemon Go' as lure for wanted citizens
WVVA Bluefield / Posted 27 days ago
been invited to the station for the capture. All had outstanding warrants in the town as of July 12. Police spokesman Sgt. Bryan Miller says the post was created to engage with the community and to get some leads on people wanted for charges... Read more
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WCNC Charlotte
Police try to use 'Pokemon Go' as lure for wanted citizensbeen invited to the station for the capture. All had outstanding warrants in th
Police try to use 'Pokemon Go' as lure for wanted citizens
WCNC Charlotte / Posted 27 days ago
been invited to the station for the capture. All had outstanding warrants in the town as of July 12. Police spokesman Sgt. Bryan Miller says the post was created to engage with the community and to get some leads on people wanted for charges... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
AAABA tourney starting todayby Razor's Edge vs. ARC Federal Credit Union at 8. The title game is Saturday
AAABA tourney starting today
Altoona Mirror / Posted 28 days ago
by Razor's Edge vs. ARC Federal Credit Union at 8. The title game is Saturday at 8 p.m. Shoppe wins finale Jordan Miller drove in two runs, and Andy Scalice had a pair of hits and an RBI as Medicine Shoppe SOP closed its season with a 4-2... Read more
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Daily Journal
America at crossroads of a bitter gun divideput together are insane,” Barush said. “Their objective is to make gun ownershi
America at crossroads of a bitter gun divide
Daily Journal / Posted 29 days ago
put together are insane,” Barush said. “Their objective is to make gun ownership harder. It’s not to make people safer.” Bryan Miller, executive director of the New Jersey-based group Heeding God’s Call to End Gun Violence, agrees with Barush... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Kelly: America at crossroads of a bitter gun divideput together are insane,” Barush said. “Their objective is to make gun ownershi
Kelly: America at crossroads of a bitter gun divide
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 29 days ago
put together are insane,” Barush said. “Their objective is to make gun ownership harder. It’s not to make people safer.” Bryan Miller, executive director of the New Jersey-based group Heeding God’s Call to End Gun Violence, agrees with Barush... Read more

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