Prosecuting Attorney Eric Hance has brought charges against two men in Independence County Circuit Court.
Jonathan Michael Miller, 33, is facing five drug-related charges which include possession of a Schedule III drug, possession of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia to introduce an illegal drug into the human body, according to the court information.
Jonathan Michael Miller
Miller’s charges stem from an incident on March 6 in which he fled from police in a vehicle that exceeded 100 mph. He was captured off Spinks Road in Cleburne County. with Concord Police Chief Willie Baker assisting in the arrest. Miller is now in custody and has been additionally charged with reckless driving and fleeing in a vehicle. He is also being charged as a habitual offender, having previously been convicted of more than four felonies. Miller is in custody and has been placed on a $20,000 bond.
The second man charged is Charles David Bracey, 35. He is charged with second-degree domestic battery, aggravated assault on a family member, possession of methamphetamine with the purpose to deliver, and simultaneous possession of drugs and firearms.
Charles David Bracey / Images via Independence County Jail
The charges stem from an incident on March 7 in which Bracey is accused by authorities of ramming his wife’s vehicle with his own, court info noted. Bracey is currently in custody on a $20,000 bond.
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