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PACIFIC GROVE, Calif.—The son of Monterey County Sheriff Scott Miller has been arrested on suspicion of possession for sale of methamphetamine.
Sheriff’s Commander Jerry Teeter says 25-year-old Jacob Miller was arrested in Pacific Grove on Tuesday.

The Salinas Californian reports that sheriff’s deputies served a narcotics-related warrant at the younger Miller’s apartment, which is attached to his father’s home.

The newspaper says the son was taken to Monterey County Jail.

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