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September 1, 2011
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Al Miller's trial to resume this month
The firearm trial of popular clergyman Reverend Al Miller has been adjourned until September 5.

When the trial resumed yesterday in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate's Court, the lead investigator Police Corporal Brendon Armstrong continued his testimony.

The policeman recounted that Miller had reported to the police that on January 22, he and his daughter were travelling in his car when they stopped in the Shortwood Road area of St Andrew to pick plums.

Armstrong testified that the pastor stated that on returning to his car he discovered that a pouch with his licensed firearm was missing.

Miller, who heads the Fellowship Tabernacle in Kingston, is out on $100,000 bail.

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