Vineland man surfaces robbery charges

A resident of Vineland faces the trial because of the four counts associated to robberies this spring season of two offices of Newfield National Bank.

Last week, a Cumberland County grand jury charged John O. Miller, 50 years of age, of Avon Place on two counts of first-degree robbery, one count of escaping police as he fled in vain from the second bank, and one count of struggling seizure.

Miller was under arrest after escaping in his pickup truck and hitting it. He is in the county jail on $350,000 bail.

The robbery concerns in the impeachment state that Miller “in the course of committing a theft knowingly did threaten and/or purposely put” bank staffs in anxiety of damage from his firearm.

The burglaries happened last May 11 and May 29 at detached offices in Vineland.

Miller has a pre-arraignment conference on Sept. 12 in the county Superior Court.

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