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A nice, friendly volunteer census worker beats and rapes young woman

Posted in Misc Crime May 10th, 2010 @ 9:33 am

In a small town of Pekin, Indiana, a volunteer census worker is accused of beating and raping a physically handicapped woman in her home. Earlier that week he was making his rounds for the census bureau but came back to a house he previously interviewed. There he broke in and beat and raped a physically handicapped young woman.

The people at the house agreed that he was a friendly person and seemed nice. Daniel Miller, a self-employed tile-layer and volunteer Census worker is accused of this crime. After his crime, he drove around the house several times as if he was drunk. According to Miller’s friends, he had been drinking that night. They too can’t believe that he would be involved in this type of crime. Miller has been married for 13 years and has two daughters.

Miller is incarcerated at the Washington County Detention Center. He is being held with no bond and will appear in court soon. It just goes to show you, you really can’t trust anyone today.

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