Estill County Man Indicted for Theft and Persistent Felony Offenses

Attorney General Andy Beshear announced Tuesday, December 5, 2017, that a 30-year-old Estill County man was indicted on a charge of theft by deception of $10,000 or more and a persistent felony offender charge. Michael Miller, 30, allegedly used his victim’s credit card to but thousands of dollars of merchandise for himself, rather than purchase items agreed upon between him and the victim for a house-remodeling project. The purchases were made between March and May of 2017. His persistent felony offender charges stems from three 2016 convictions for theft, burglary and forgery. If convicted of both charges, Miller faces 10 to 20 years in prison.

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