Bismarck officer goes back to work

The Bismarck Police Officer who was involved in a shooting on October 15th  has been medically cleared to return to work. However, the officer will not be performing field duty until the investigation by the North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation is complete. 

On October 15, 2017 at 9:47 a.m., a Bismarck Police Officer arrived at the Bismarck Motor Motel to do follow-up on an unrelated call.  Before the officer could get out of his squad car, he was attacked by the suspect, who punched him in the head repeatedly, and gauged his eyes.

The officer fought back, and tried to Tase the subject, which was ineffective. It resulted in the officer shooting the suspect in the abdomen. 

Donald Miller, 51, has been charged with Robbery, a B Felony, and Simple Assault on a Peace Officer, which is a C Felony.  


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