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Rev Al Miller Verdict Today

A verdict is expected today in the firearm-related case against popular pastor, the Reverend Al Miller.

Senior Resident Magistrate Lorna Williams is expected to announce the verdict when the case resumes in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate’s Court today.

Reverend Miller, who is the pastor of Fellowship Tabernacle Church, in St Andrew, was charged in February this year with negligence resulting in the theft of his licensed firearm.

Allegations are that Reverend Miller and his daughter were on their way home when they stopped at a school in the Shortwood area, of St Andrew, to pick plums.

The clergyman reportedly told the police that he had stopped his car along Shortwood Road in St. Andrew and was picking plums, when someone entered his vehicle and removed a pouch with his firearm.

Reverend Miller is also before the courts on separate charges.

He has been charged for harbouring a fugitive and attempting to pervert the course of justice after then fugitive Christopher ‘Dudus’ Coke was captured in his car along the Mandela Highway, in St Catherine.

PHOTO: Reverend Al Miller.


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