Tuesday, April 21, 2015

State police seeking victims of bullying bookies

Got a bookie on your tail? Organized-crime investigators with the Pennsylvania State Police want to talk to you.

State police seeking victims of bullying bookies

Got a bookie on your tail? Organized-crime investigators with the Pennsylvania State Police want to talk to you. 

State troopers are seeking possible victims of a trio of toughs accused of threatening a 51-year-old Philadelphia man who owed a gambling debt. Thomas C. Miller, 60, of Bensalem, and Thomas J. Miller, 39, and Marc G. Miller, 41, both of Philadelphia, were charged with making terroristic threats, bookmaking, harassment and conspiracy after the victim told authorities they threatened to hurt him between last November and February. The three, whose relationship is unclear, were arrested June 28 and released on bail the next day.

State troopers suspect there are more victims. They urge tipsters to call Trooper Michael Romano at (215) 791-7282.

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