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Man wanted for Florida murder in Lowndes Co. jail

VALDOSTA, GA (WALB) -

A man wanted by Miami – Dade Police Department for First Degree Felony Murder and Armed Burglary has been caught by police with the help of the Lowndes County Sheriff's Office and agents from the United States Marshall Service.

Santonio Miller was arrested Monday, May 16 at 1504 Continental Dr., during the arrest officers found a small quantity of marijuana.  

Miller is currently in Lowndes County Jail and will appear in court Tuesday, May 17 before a Magistrate Judge for the misdemeanor possession of marijuana and the charges in Florida.

 

Here is the full press release from Lowndes County Jail

On Monday, May 16 deputies from the Lowndes County Sheriff's Office assisted in the arrest of Santonio Miller from a residence at 1504 Continental Drive – Valdosta along with agents from the United States Marshall Service.

Santonio Miller was being sought by the Miami – Dade Police Department for the offenses of First Degree Felony Murder and Armed Burglary arising from an incident which occurred on May 2, 2011.

During the arrest, a small quantity of marijuana was located and confiscated as evidence.

Santonio Miller was arrested at the residence without incident and transported to the Lowndes County Jail where he is being held for misdemeanor possession of marijuana and the charges in Florida.

Santonio Miller will appear before a Magistrate Judge today for the local charge and an extradition hearing.

At the time of his arrest, Santonio Miller provided a home address of 1575 South West 5th Street, Homestead, Florida. He is twenty seven {27} years old.

The Miami – Dade Police Department can be contacted at {305} 471-2400.  

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