According to Chief Spooner with the Bainbridge State College Police Department, Harlin Miller has turned himself in to the Decatur County Sheriff’s Office.
Bainbridge State College Police arrested two suspects and are looking for a third in connection to a theft that occurred on campus last week.
Here is the news release:
Bainbridge State College Police were able to positively identify Harlin Bruce Miller (white male age 29), Randy Irving Kennedy (white male age 43), and Heather Diane Zill-Kennedy (white female age 25) as the suspects in the theft of electronic equipment from Bainbridge State College on February 14, 2015 at approximately 1:45 p.m. All three suspects are from Grady County, Georgia. Both Harlin and Randy Kennedy have extensive criminal histories.
The subjects removed a projector that was mounted in the ceiling of a classroom in a building that was unoccupied at the time, damaging the ceiling and cutting the cables connecting the projector. Video from the parking lot near the building showed the suspects arriving in a vehicle identified as belonging to the Kennedys, and leaving seven minutes later with the projector. (The projector was valued at over $1,000.00) Harlan Miller later sold the projector to a person who did not know it was stolen. It was eventually pawned in Thomasville, Georgia, where BSC police later recovered it. BSC police were also able to recover some personal items belonging to a student that was also taken.
Both Randy Kennedy and Heather Zill-Kennedy were questioned and arrested on February 22nd. The Grady County Sheriff’s Office also assisted in the investigation. Arrest warrants are being sought for Miller, whom law enforcement is still searching for. Anyone who knows the location of Harlan Bruce Miller, Jr. is asked to contact Bainbridge State College Police at 229-726-9371 or their local law enforcement agency. He is described a white male, 6’3” tall, approximately 210 lbs, brown hair, brown eyes, and multiple tattoos.