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VENTURA COUNTY ROUNDUP | Thousand Oaks

Suspect in Stabbing Taken Into Custody

May 05, 2000|CATHERINE BLAKE

An Agoura Hills man wanted on suspicion of attempted murder was arrested in Thousand Oaks on Thursday after an undercover sheriff's deputy spotted him and called for assistance, authorities said.

Nedric Miller, 20, has been wanted by the Los Angeles Police Department since April 4 when he and two friends allegedly broke into a west San Fernando Valley home and stabbed and fought with the residents, said LAPD Det. Bob Howe of the West Valley Division.

An undercover agent with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department spotted Miller and a friend driving in Thousand Oaks and called the Ventura County Sheriff's Department for assistance. He was arrested on Thousand Oaks Boulevard at 1:49 p.m., said Sheriff's Capt. Paul Anderson.

Miller is being held on $1 million bail at Lost Hills Jail in Calabasas on charges of attempted murder and mayhem, Howe said.

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