Mobile County, AL: James Miller jailed for violating conditions of probation

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Officials in Mobile County, AL jailed a suspect on Thursday, July 13th, 2017 for violating conditions of probation.

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Mobile County, AL

Officials in Mobile County, AL have detained James Michael Miller, the individual in question, as stated in official public records received by Southern Blotter July 14, 2017.

Miller was detained July 13, 2017, after having been booked for violating conditions of probation. No release date was provided in the report, as determined by Southern Blotter.

Miller was described as a suspect of unknown age. Few other details were provided to in the report.

Sources at Mobile County Sheriff's Office reported the case details as shown in the video above.

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Disclaimer: Southernblotter.com makes no claims of guarantee surrounding the accuracy of these alleged facts. We do our best to ensure the integrity of our data is consistent as reported by our sources. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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