Canned Cop Accused Of Choking Ex-Girlfriend

Posted on October 18, 2012


South Carolina (The Gaslamp Post) – A trooper who had been with the South Carolina Highway Patrol since 2007 has been fired after charges were filed against him for battering his ex-girlfriend.

The ex-girlfriend of former trooper Gregory Allen Miller, 48, called the sheriff on September 17, 2012 to report that she had been assaulted in her home.  Deputies reportedly noticed bruising on the woman’s neck and face.

Former South Carolina highway patrolman Gregory Allen Miller – Guess what, smart guy? Your wife knows NOW!

According to the woman, she had broken off her 12-year-long relationship with Miller and then blocked his phone from contacting her.  Miller had reportedly lied in wait and surprised her as she went to retrieve her mail.

After a brief argument and flat-out refusal to leave her premises, Miller followed the woman into her home, grabbed her from behind and shook her, according to the victim.  He reportedly then took her by the neck and began choking her, warning her that she would “suffer the consequences” if she said anything to his wife about their previous relationship.

He let her go and left the home shortly thereafter.

Miller was arrested and charged with third degree assault and battery.  He was fired from the department on October 5, 2012, after being charged.

He was released from jail on his own personal recognizances this past Monday.

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