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Offender Walks Away From Sioux City Work Release Facility, Again

A Sioux city man who was charged with beating a teen so badly he ended up in a hospital has walked away from his work release facility for the second time in two years.
Sioux City, IA (ABC9 News) - A Sioux city man who was charged with beating a teen so badly he ended up in a hospital has walked away from his work release facility for the second time in two years.

Justin Miller, 29, is currently serving a portion of his 15 year sentence for beating up a young man and stealing his Gameboy. In 2007, 14-year-old Bryan Hill was waiting for his bus at 13th and Nebraska St. when Miller jumped him. Hill spent time in the hospital recovering from his injuries.

Back in October of 2012 Miller walked away from the facility as well. He was captured later that month.

Here is a description of Miller from the corrections facility. If you see anyone matching this description please contact your local police department.


PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: 

RACE: Native American

HAIR: Brown

EYES: Brown

HEIGHT: 6’0”

WEIGHT: 227 Lbs.

 

PHYSICAL IDENTIFIERS: Tattoos: Upper Left Arm, Upper Right Arm, Right Arm, Left Fingers, Left Forearm, Left Hand, Right Hand

 

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