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SOME CHARGES DROPPED AGAINST RHEA COUNTY MAN ACCUSED OF SHOOTING DEPUTY

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Rhea County court officials say an assault and domestic assault charge against a man are dropped stemming from an incident where he allegedly shot a deputy. A reason was not initially released. Two larger offenses, attempted homicide and aggravated assault, were bound over to a grand jury for possible indictments against 55-year-old Keith H. Miller. Back in June, deputies responded to a disturbance on Morgan Springs Road. During the incident, Miller reportedly shot Deputy Eric McMillian who recovered.


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