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Crime Slain police chief's body returns to Oklahoma

19:45  14 november  2019
19:45  14 november  2019 Source:   koco.com

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The body of a police chief was flown home to Mannford, Oklahoma . Police say Lucky Miller was beat to death by his own detective, Michael Nealey. Our goal is to create a safe and engaging place for users to connect over interests and passions. In order to improve our community experience, we are

The body of a police chief was flown home to Mannford, Oklahoma . Police say Lucky Miller was beat to death by his own detective, Michael Nealey.

The police chief of a northeastern Oklahoma town was found dead and an officer of the same police department was arrested over the weekend at a hotel in Florida.

a close up of a toy car: The body of an Oklahoma police chief who was killed in Florida returns to Oklahoma.© Provided by Hearst Television, Inc. The body of an Oklahoma police chief who was killed in Florida returns to Oklahoma.

Lucky Miller, who was the police chief in Mannford, Oklahoma, was found dead Sunday night at a hotel on Pensacola Beach. Authorities said Michael Nealey, an officer with the Mannford Police Department, was arrested and has been charged with second-degree murder.

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Miller's body was returned to Oklahoma on Wednesday.

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Florida law enforcement officials said that Miller and Nealey were attending a law enforcement conference in the area. According to a police report, when deputies arrived at the hotel Sunday night, they found Miller lying on the floor of the hotel room, unresponsive and with no pulse.

Nealey also was lying on the ground a short distance away, and authorities said he was mumbling but deputies were not able to determine what he was saying.

According to the police report, Miller's face was beaten and his right eye was completely swollen. Nealey had injuries to his nose and lip, which were caused when he was pulled off Miller and struck his face on the door, authorities said.

Nealey was arrested and booked into the Escambia County Jail, where he was given a court date of Dec. 5.

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