• SAO releases surveillance video from night 2 Kissimmee officers killed

    By: WFTV Web Staff

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    KISSIMMEE, Fla. - The Florida State Attorney’s Office released Wednesday surveillance video from the night two Kissimmee police officers were killed in the line of duty.

    Everett Miller, a former U.S. Marine, was arrested on Aug. 18 at a Kissimmee bar, shortly after the shooting.

    Timeline: Shootings of Kissimmee police officers

    Miller has family in Orlando and the Kissimmee neighborhood where Officer Matthew Baxter and Sgt. Sam Howard were shot and killed. 

    Miller enlisted in the Marines in 1989. His 21-year career started in Tampa and took him from North Carolina to Japan, and he served twice in Operation Iraqi Freedom. 


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    The surveillance video shows Miller’s movements following the officers’ deaths.

    He was seen on surveillance video at a U-Haul store, Rental World and Lion Motors, which investigators used to trace his steps the night of the shooting.

    Along with the video, the State Attorney's Office also released recordings of Miller's jailhouse phone calls. 

    "I want a minority lawyer," Miller said in a conversation with his sister. "I want a big lawyer from a big town.

    "I'm looking, I'm hiring a guy from New York, because I'm not, I'm not, I'm innocent."

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