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US Florida deputy arrested for child abuse after slamming teen to the ground by her throat

01:41  06 november  2019
01:41  06 november  2019 Source:   nbcnews.com

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A Florida deputy was arrested Tuesday on a child abuse charge related to a September incident in which he slammed a teenage girl to the ground by her Deputy Willard Miller, 38, was charged with felony child abuse without great bodily harm and is the subject of an internal affairs investigation

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A school resource officer was arrested Tuesday on a child abuse charge related to a September incident in which he slammed a teenage girl to the ground by her throat in Pompano Beach, Florida.

Deputy Willard Miller, 38, was charged with felony child abuse without great bodily harm and is the subject of an internal affairs investigation, Broward County Sheriff Gregory Tony said Tuesday.

"The way the deputy responds, for whatever occurred, whatever type of verbal dialogue was going on, it makes no sense and it wasn't necessary," Tony said.

Video released by the sheriff's department showed the jarring moment when Miller attacked the unidentified 15-year-old girl at the Cross Creek School on Sept. 25. Miller can be seen in the video in a room with the young girl and at least two other individuals.

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A Florida sheriff's deputy is facing a felony charge after he was caught on camera violently slamming a 15-year-old female student to the ground . The deputy worked at a school for children with emotional and behavioral problems. The silent two-and-a-half-minute video shows Willard Miller

him slamming a teenage boy's head into the ground and then punching the teen in the head. Deputy says he 'had to act quickly'. An arrest report from the Sheriff's Office says detectives with "If the deputy wanted to arrest the student, he could have easily done so without throwing him to the

The girl walks around the room with her hands in her pockets for a few minutes while Miller is on his phone. At one point, the girl appears to tap the deputy's leg with her foot and Miller looks up for a moment.

Miller then crosses the room about a minute later, puts his hands on the teen's throat and slams her to the ground while the girl's hands are still in her pockets. He then turns her over so that she's on her stomach, seems to say something to her, then lets her up and places her in what appears to be an alcove in the room.

There is no audio with the surveillance footage and the circumstances of why the officer was in the room with the girl are unclear. Miller had been assigned to the school in August 2016.

Broward County Public Schools said in a statement that it made the sheriff's office aware immediately upon learning about the incident.

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