Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Son of council member behaved badly

From the Daily News:

The son of a Queens Councilman found himself on the wrong side of the law when he pummeled and threatened to stab a man during a road rage attack, authorities said Monday.

“I will stab you,” Coron Miller, 31, son of City Councilman I. Daneek Miller (D-Queens), said during the Friday night fight on a Jamaica street, according to the criminal complaint.

Miller was charged with assault, criminal mischief, resisting arrest, menacing, and harassment following the attack, according to the Queens district attorney’s office.

He was released on his own recognizance after the court issued an order of protection for his alleged victim, José Nieves, according to the Queens district attorney.

During the 7 p.m. argument over asphalt etiquette, Miller got out of his car and punched Nieves twice as both men were stopped at a red light at 150th Ave. and 148th St. in Jamaica, according to the criminal complaint.

The political scion then grabbed the man’s shirt and ripped it, police said.

He was arrested at the scene, but not before jerking his arms away when cops tried to handcuff him, police said.


Anonymous said...

Non story, unless he gets prefferential treatment down the line.

Anonymous said...

Surprised Nieves didn't cut him and blend him in the assfault

Anonymous said...

Jamaica . The next upcoming neighborhood.

Anonymous said...

What do you expect from the son of an MTA bus driver. Many of these guys are low life bums to begin with.

Anonymous said...

Did thy do a blood-alcohol test?

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Non story, unless he gets prefferential treatment down the line. ... Should read...Non story down the line. He'll get preferential treatment .

Anonymous said...

"Keeping it real." - I believe that's what they call it.

Anonymous said...


* A St. Albans man was arrested for roughing up his girlfriend and threatening to kill her, authorities said yesterday.
Sources said Coron Miller, 21, grabbed the 19-year-old woman and dragged her into his house on Springfield Boulevard about 2:30 p.m. Tuesday.
While being dragged, the woman hit her head and face on the ground and the walls of the residence, sources said. Miller then allegedly threatened to kill her.
A passer-by called 911, and police arrested Miller on charges of assault, harassment and unlawful imprisonment.
The reason for the attack was unclear.