Man Accused of Throwing Roofing Nails in Business Parking Lots to Get Psychiatric Evaluation


The man authorities accused of throwing roofing nails in numerous locations in retaliation for an earlier arrest and the seizure of his dogs was also in court today.

Lee Miller's hearing was reset for June after the judge ordered a psychiatric evaluation. Miller was picked up in February after a Wichita County deputy following him from his home in Iowa Park said more nails were thrown on the KFDX parking.

He was arrested and charged with retaliation and jailed with no bond because he was on probation for tampering with evidence in the dog case.
The nail incidents started a few months after miller was arrested in October 2015 for tampering with evidence and possible animal neglect in an Iowa Park case.  Besides news media lots, nails were also found at the arresting deputies home.

Authorities allege Miller was retaliating for his arrest and news coverage about the seizure of around 30 of his dogs for neglect, some of which he took from the Iowa Park shelter, and some of which he hid behind the midway school where he taught at the time.
 


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