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Sugar Cookie

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A Millersburg man with a history of domestic violence is accused of intentionally burning his own child on a hot stove.

According to the Holmes County Sheriff’s Office, Jacob D. Miller, 23, held his 4-year-old child’s hand against a wood stove “to intentionally burn it.”

The incident, which occurred on Feb. 15, was reported to the Holmes County Department of Job and Family Services.

Court records show Miller has at least two prior domestic violence convictions in Holmes County, including a felony conviction in 2015. In that case, Miller was on probation from a 2014 incident where he was found guilty of domestic violence and endangering children.

Miller was also ordered not to have any contact with the 4-year-old and a 2-year-old.
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Sugar Cookie

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The man who allegedly held his 4-year-old son’s hand to a wood burning stove entered a plea of not guilty by reason of insanity Thursday in Holmes County Common Pleas Court.

Jacob Miller will now have to undergo psychiatric evaluation before court proceedings can move forward.

Miller was charged with fourth-degree felony domestic violence in February.

He allegedly told Holmes County sheriff’s deputies that he held his son’s hand to the top of the stove, then moved the boy’s hands lower on the stove after deciding the first section wasn’t hot enough, according to prosecuting attorney Matt Muzic. The child suffered second- and third-degree burns.

Miller’s next court appearance will be scheduled after the court receives the results of his evaluation, which will take place in the coming weeks.
 

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These Judges that give out the “don’t be near “ notices really must have authority cause no one takes any notice. So much for the cops that enforce the orders.
LMAO why blame everyone else?
He was ordered no contact. He failed and the mother of these children failed.
 

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