New charges brought against Daniel Miller, Inwood man accused of sex abuse and murder-for-hire plot

New charges have been brought against an Inwood man already accused of sexually abusing a teenage boy and then trying to hire a hit man

An Inwood man accused of sexually abusing a

An Inwood man accused of sexually abusing a teenage boy and then trying to hire a hit man to kill him is expected to face more charges. (Credit: News 12 Long Island)

INWOOD - New charges have been brought against an Inwood man already accused of sexually abusing a teenage boy and then trying to hire a hit man to kill him.

As News 12 has reported, Daniel Miller is facing years in prison for allegedly drugging and sexually abusing a 17-year-old boy who worked at the store Miller owned. Prosecutors say Miller then tried to hire a hit man from behind bars to prevent the teen from testifying against him.

Miller is now facing grand larceny charges for allegedly stealing more than $200,000 by passing bad checks.

He faces up to 15 years in prison if convicted of the latest charges.

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