Indiana will have a new commissioner in charge of the Bureau of Motor Vehicles. Andy Miller resigned following his arrest Wednesday. Governor Mitch Daniels calls it a “sad situation.”
“There will be new leadership there, but let me just say that I’ve been traveling for the last two days and I don’t know the facts of it, but those that have been reported,” Daniels said. “What I do know is Andy Miller has served the citizens of this state extremely well in three capacities: farmers, flood victims, just taxpayers have benefited from his service.”
BMV Chief of Staff R. Scott Waddell will replace Miller who faces a misdemeanor charge of public indecency for exposing himself to an undercover officer. Miller previously worked as the director of the state’s Office of Disaster and Recovery and the Department of Agriculture. He began at the BMV in January 2009.