Sheriff Sergeant Convicted of Drunk Driving Demoted to Deputy

Cuyahoga County, OH - A job demotion for a convicted drunk driver.

Cuyahoga County Sheriff's sergeant David Miller was arrested on January 8th after a Highway Patrol trooper stopped him on I-90 in Lorain County.

The trooper said Miller was driving on a flat tire - he was unsteady, slurred his speech and rolled down a hill before refusing to take a breathalyzer test.

19 Action News has learned that Miller lost 30 days' pay and was demoted to deputy after the drunk driving conviction.