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Christopher M. Miles Wanted by U.S. Marshal’s Office for Failing to Show Up to Start Prison Sentence




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A former Tallassee assistant police chief who pleaded guilty to charges related to abusing his position failed to show up for his prison sentence and is being sought by U.S. Marshals.

A U.S. Marshals Service spokesman told AL.com that Christopher M. Miles, 41, of Glendale Acres in Eclectic, failed to surrender to the Federal Bureau of Prisons on Friday. He was set to begin a 41-month sentence. A pre-trial release warrant has been issued against him, AL.com reported.

“Chris Miles is a prime example of someone who does not deserve to wear the badge of law enforcement,” said District Attorney Randall Houston in January. “He abused his power as an officer and abused the trust of the public, which he swore to protect and serve. These charges, coupled with the federal charges against him, should ensure he never has the opportunity to do it again.”

Miles pleaded guilty to two federal counts of obstruction of justice, one count of deprivation of rights and one count of possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance.

The obstruction and deprivation of rights stem from Miles’ investigation of a child sexual abuse case against Stephen Conrad of Tallassee. Miles was the lead investigator in the case. Conrad was charged with more than 100 counts in what was then called the worst child sexual abuse case in Elmore County.

It later came out that Miles coerced Conrad’s confession by striking him in the head on two occasions with a pack of copy paper, and other acts of physical abuse.

The charges were dropped against Miles and the case was re-investigated by the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency.

As to the drug charge, Miles stole 16 pounds of marijuana from the TPD evidence locker and sold it to a known drug dealer, federal court documents show.




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