CROSSVILLE MAN GOES TO REPORT MURDER-FOR-HIRE PLOT; ENDS UP IN JAIL

On Sunday, a man came into the Sheriff’s station wanting to report a murder-for-hire plot. Bradley Miller, age 38, started speaking with deputies when they alleged Mr. Miller’s arms and hands were visibly shaking uncontrollably and his pupils were dilated. When speaking to Miller, he appeared to have diminished cognitive ability, as it was difficult to follow the purpose of his complaint. Miller did have in his possession a prescription bottle of Tramadol in his name and told deputies he had taken it around 6 PM.

After observing Mr. Miller’s altered state during the field interview, he was taken into custody under suspicion of public intoxication.  When the deputy asked him how he had gotten to the police station, Miller alleged he drove his mother’s car. When checking through dispatch, Bradley Miller showed that he was the respondent on bond conditions with his mother, and he was not to have contact with her. Another deputy went to Miller’s mother’s residence and performed a welfare check. Once he made contact with her, she claimed that Miller had been at her house and taken her vehicle without her knowledge or consent.

Bradley Miller was charged with Public Intoxication and Violation of Bond Conditions.