Former Sandusky biker found guilty

Man could get up to 20 years in prison for racketeering.
Jessica Cuffman
Oct 2, 2013

 

A federal jury in Indiana found a former Sandusky biker guilty of racketeering.

Christian Miller, 41, also known as “Millhouse,” was found guilty after a four-day trial in Indianapolis, according to federal court records. He was one of about 50 Outlaw Motorcycle Club members arrested in October 2012, after federal prosecutors in Indiana issued an 84-page indictment on charges related to racketeering.

Miller was the only Ohioan included in the ring. FBI agents, with help from Erie County deputies, arrested him at a home in the 3000 block of Homegardner Road.

Prosecutors cited two robberies Miller participated in — one on Aug. 6, 2011, when he and three other gang members robbed a person in northern Indiana and another on Sept. 16, 2011, in southern Indiana.

When prosecutors finished presenting their case Monday, Miller’s attorneys offered no testimony in his defense, according to court records. The jury then found him guilty of the single racketeering charge.

He could face up to 20 years in prison when he’s sentenced. He is allowed to remain on electronic monitoring pending a sentencing hearing in a few months.

Several of his co-defendants have accepted plea deals, but 24 cases are still pending, according to court records.