Man Jailed After Fleeing From Conservation Officer

By Ian Hoover- 21Alive

Man Jailed After Fleeing From Conservation Officer

May 13, 2014 Updated May 13, 2014 at 12:38 PM EST

SYRACUSE, Ind. (21Alive) -- A 43-year-old man is behind bars after he was arrested for resisting law enforcement on Tri County Fish and Wildlife Area property.

Paul J. Miller, of Cromwell, was approached by a Conservation Officer while still on the fish and wildlife property. Miller refused orders from the officer and hopped into his pickup truck. Miller drove away and led authorities from five different police agencies on a pursuit that ended at the man's residence.

Miller then locked himself in the truck and further refused orders. Officers had to smash in the windows of the truck and use a taser to arrest Miller.

He was charged with felony resisting arrest with a motor vehicle and driving with a suspended license.

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