A California man will face life in prison after it was proven that he intentionally hit a group of people outside Kohl’s department store.
California Man Will Face Life in Prison
A California man identified as Tuan Miller, 54 years old, will face life in prison after it was proven that he intentionally hit a group of people outside the Kohl’s department store on October 13 at around 8:00 p.m. It was also found that he was under the influence of drugs when the incident happened.
In a published article in TRUE CRIME DAILY, Miller was charged with the following:
- six felony counts of attempted murder
- one felony count of driving under the influence of a drug-causing injury
- one felony count of vandalism
- one felony count of evading a police officer
California Man Hit Several People
According to a report published in Yahoo News, Miller intentionally hit a group of people outside the Kohl’s department store. The District Attorney’s Office said that Miller struck two women, which resulted in minor injuries. He also revved his engine and accelerated toward three other people.
Meanwhile, Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer said, “Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol has catastrophic and often deadly consequences. The decision to get behind the wheel while intoxicated by either drugs or alcohol is never the right decision.”