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BMV Commissioner Arrested For Public Indecency

The head of the State Bureau of Motor Vehicles is being accused of public indecency. Police arrested Andrew Miller yesterday in Claypool Court which is connected to Circle Center in Downtown Indianapolis. Police Sergeant Paul Thompson says Miller exposed himself to an undercover officer.

“In response to complaints that there had been men in the restaurant at Claypool Court,” Thompson said, “conducting themselves in an inappropriate manner. In response to those complaints we had officers go in in plain clothes and make observations.”

Miller was appointed BMV Commissioner in January 2009. He previously was the director of the state’s office of disaster and recovery and the state’s first agriculture director.

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