Former SLO teacher arrested for making threats again

A former San Luis Obispo teacher was arrested Thursday for making threats against a San Luis Obispo County probation officer.

Brian Miller

According to a SLOPD press release, Brian Miller 56, formerly of Atascadero and a former teacher for the San Luis Obispo Unified School District made threats that he was “going to show up at a school office and kill himself and three others” last May.

Miller was arrested and sentenced to five years felony probation for terrorist threats. However in August of last year, Miller moved to Pomona and attempted to have his probation transferred to Los Angeles County.

According to the SLO probation department, Miller failed to comply with orders provided by the San Luis Obispo County in January of this year and recently called and threatened his probation officer.

According to SLOPD, there has been an active warrant for Miller’s arrest based on his failure to follow probation terms.

Investigators from the San Luis Obispo Police Department were able to determine Miller’s location in Claremont and were able to communicate it to the Claremont Police Department who located and arrested Miller on Thursday.

Miller is set to be brought back to San Luis Obispo County for the arrest warrant.

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Former SLO teacher arrested for making threats again was last modified: January 14th, 2019 by admin
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