Jacob Miller Pleads No Contest To Possession Charges

Son of sheriff and former P.G. police chief.

Jacob Miller pleaded no contest Tuesday in Monterey County Superior Court to possession of stolen property and possession of methadone related to an alleged theft at Asilomar Conference Grounds.

Chapman said the DA agreed to drop a separate weapons charge.

Miller will likely receive probation — which can mean up to a year in jail — and be required to do a minimum six-month drug treatment program.

Jacob Miller was sentenced in February 2012 to three years probation and 90 days in jail for possession of methamphetamine for sale. At the time, he completed a rehabilitation program at Genesis House and was living in a sober-living home.

Jacob Miller Pleads No Contest To Possession Charges