Virginia fugitive caught by cops while waiting in jail parking lot
STAFFORD, Va. - Stafford County’s long arm of the law didn’t have to reach far to find a fugitive who was reportedly wanted in several jurisdictions in Virginia.
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According to the sheriff’s office, they received a tip on Wednesday that 31-year-old Nathan Miller or Bumpass, Va. was waiting for someone in the parking lot outside of the Rappahanock Regional Jail.
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Miller was wanted on warrants from Augusta, Louisa and Henrico counties on a number of charges.
Sheriff’s deputies were able to take Miller into custody by blocking both his vehicle and the exit from the jail parking lot.
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After providing a fake name and age, he eventually gave up his identity, and deputies reportedly discovered drug paraphernalia in his pocket.
Miller is currently jailed at the same facility without bond.