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Miller’s Ex-Police Chief Charged With Stealing Evidence

Two counts of stealing a firearm after investigators say they found the missing evidence in his home

August 8, 2017

The ex-chief of police for the City of Miller is facing eight years in prison if he's convicted of stealing two guns from the department's evidence room. Court records show Joshua Bruce, who served as the chief until May 2017, was charged July 28th with two counts of stealing a firearm after investigators say they found the missing evidence in his home in Christian County. The FBI and the Missouri State Highway Patrol assisted in the investigation. Bruce is out on a $10,000 bond as of August 1st.

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