Mica Miller Informed Police about Committing Suicide in Phone Call

The Robeson County, North Carolina, Sheriff’s Office confirmed that Micah Miller committed suicide after telling authorities over the phone that he would kill himself if he bought a handgun. as crosswalk heading As previously reported, Ms. Miller’s suicide was first announced by her husband, Solid Rock pastor John Paul Miller, at the Market Common in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, at the end of Sunday service on April 28. It was done.

“First, on behalf of the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office, I would like to extend our deepest condolences to the family and friends of Micah Miller,” Bernice Wilkins of the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office said in a press release Tuesday. Ta.

“This case has received a lot of attention from within the Carolinas and beyond. I want to assure everyone that there will be a very methodical investigation.” carried out by our criminal investigation team and crime scene investigation team,” he explained.

“Unfortunately, rumors and conspiracy theories spread quickly and speculation was widespread,” he added. “But ultimately the decision must be based on the facts and evidence.” it has was done collected. I know that’s not what many people wanted to hear, but here’s the evidence: very It’s clear and convincing, and we are just as saddened as anyone that something like this happened. ”

“Many of the factors we considered occurred over a long period of time. period Perhaps that is related to the reason for this investigation, but ultimately, sadly, Micah made the tragic decision to end her life. ”

At approximately 2:54 p.m. on April 27, Miller called a Robeson County E911 dispatcher and stated that he was suicidal and would notify his family of the whereabouts of the body. found.

“I’m suicidal. I just want my family to know where I am,” Miller said. Said during the call, authorities said.

After investigating, Robeson County sheriff’s deputies determined that Miller purchased a 9mm Sig Sauer handgun and ammunition at a pawn shop and left the store at 12:34 p.m. They also traced a call to Lumber River State Park in Orrum, where Miller’s body was discovered. Found it in the end In the river.

After searching her cell phone, authorities discovered that Miller had Googled “national parks near me.”

“The investigation also revealed that Miller and her estranged husband (John Paul Miller) were estranged and involved in the legal system. This information led investigators to the following: Mirror and the whereabouts of the woman He is said to be in a romantic relationship. “Investigators were able to confirm that both individuals were not in North Carolina the night before and the day of Mr. Miller’s death,” the release states.

Initially, the announcement after the service and the way the news was relayed led to speculation that Pastor Miller had murdered his wife.

In October 2023, Miller filed for divorce following a preliminary separation request, and filed divorce papers with her husband on April 25, just two days before her death.

During an interview with christian postPastor Miller explained that his late wife was diagnosed with “bipolar disorder II, schizophrenia, and dependent personality disorder” in 2017, and tried to manage her symptoms with lithium and a lot of support after her diagnosis.

However, the treatment caused her to gain weight and suffer from slurred speech. Pastor Miller said his late wife stopped taking her medication after her friend’s well-meaning pastor’s wife prayed for her, even though he had no prior knowledge of her mental illness. He pointed out that he believed Pastor Micah Miller’s mental illness could be cured.

“I took care of her every time she went to a psychiatric hospital. I took care of her every time she stopped taking lithium. I will never expose this.” [about] If I didn’t have to do it now, I’d be there every time she tries to commit suicide.I would literally Sometimes I physically pick her up, put her in the truck, and take her to the hospital. [hospital]” Miller said in a slightly hushed voice.

Pastor Miller told The Christian Post that he took his wife to probate court a few weeks ago to have her hospitalized, but the court said she could not be hospitalized. will be forced She went because she wasn’t a danger to others.

“No one believed her when she said she was on mental illness. She would never have left. She would never have done what she did. They never believed me. I have 48 text messages that she sent saying she needed her lithium, please someone help me, and no one believed me,” said the grieving pastor. said.

“Everyone thought I was the devil for taking her to probate court and trying to put her in the hospital. I told her family have text message over and over againI she told her family needs her medicine. They said I was crazy. She doesn’t need medicine. i text message sent a message But they told her, it makes you fat or It defames you. Or you shouldn’t take medicine. just I need something comprehensiveyou You don’t need what your doctor says. ”

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Milton Quintanilla is a freelance writer and content creator. He is a contributor to his Crosswalk Headlines and host of the For Your Soul Podcast, a podcast dedicated to sound doctrine and Biblical truth. He holds a Master of Divinity degree from Alliance Theological Seminary.