On March 17, officers were working a federally funded grant sponsored by the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) and part of the Motor Carrier Safety Assistance Program. An officer observed a violation in the area of Billingsley Road near St. Charles Parkway and initiated a traffic stop. Upon approaching the driver, the odor of burnt marijuana was detected. Upon further investigation, a loaded firearm was recovered from inside the truck and suspected marijuana was located. The driver, Bryan Scott Miller, 42, of Virginia, was arrested and charged with transporting a firearm in a vehicle and having a loaded handgun in the vehicle. On March 17, a district court commissioner released Miller from the Charles County Detention Center on personal recognizance. Sgt. J. Morales investigated.

Bryan Scott Miller

Diane Richardson
Media Relations Office
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