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Curtis Miller faces prison time for 2016 hit and run incident

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Miller now faces 30 months in prison, with 6 of those months to be served in the Allen County Jail. Miller now faces 30 months in prison, with 6 of those months to be served in the Allen County Jail.
Miller will have to pay over $23 thousand dollars to Whitney Allen, the woman that was struck with Miller's car after he turned left out of J's Pub on the night of the incident. Miller will have to pay over $23 thousand dollars to Whitney Allen, the woman that was struck with Miller's car after he turned left out of J's Pub on the night of the incident.

A man who pleaded no contest to charges related to a hit and run in 2016, faces prison time.

Curtis Miller was charged with aggravated vehicular assault and operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol and waived his right to a trial by jury earlier this year. Miller now faces 30 months in prison, with 6 of those months to be served in the Allen County Jail. He also will have a 5-year suspension on his driver's license. Miller will have to pay over $23,000 to Whitney Allen, the woman that was struck with Miller's car after he turned left out of J's Pub on the night of the incident.

Both Miller and Allen made statements in the court before the final decision was made.

"I didn’t go deep into what I’ve gone through for the last year and a half for any type of sympathy; I wanted to try to explain how I felt, and how it has affected my life, so now I feel it is my duty to voice my opinion on the accident as a victim-survivor, because not everyone gets that chance," said Allen.

"There’s not a day that went by for these last 476 days that I haven’t thought about it, it’s a nightmare, for both of us, I couldn’t imagine going through what you went through, it’s horrible," said Miller, to Allen.

The incident happened the day before Thanksgiving in 2016.

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