MASSACHUSETTS STATE: PERSONS OF INTEREST

Case File: 6272971
Case Status: OPEN 
Last updated: OCTOBER 1927

JESSE THEODORE MILLER
D.O.B: MARCH 21, 1879 (48)
Sex: MALE
Height: 6’2”
Weight: 150 LBS
Race: WHITE
Hair: BROWN
Eyes: BROWN

Birthplace: ELKO, NEVADA
Permanent Residence: LAREDO, TEXAS
Last Seen: LONDON, ENGLAND

Known Associates:
    NICOLINE BOURBEAU
    ELISE MATHILDA STRAUSS
    RUPERT PETERS (DECEASED)
    RUSSELL [redacted]

Relatives:
    THOMAS GREGORY MILLER (FATHER, DECEASED)
    PAULA ELIZABETH MILLER nee JENSEN (MOTHER, DECEASED)
    THOMAS “TOMMY” GREGORY MILLER II (BROTHER)
    ERIN VIOLET MILLER (DAUGHTER,DECEASED)
    ALICE WHITNEY MILLER nee BROWN nee HARPER (WIFE, SEPARATED)
    ANGELA ROSA MILLER nee MARTINEZ (SISTER-IN-LAW)
    VERONICA PAULA MILLER (NIECE, DECEASED)
    THOMAS “GREG” GREGORY MILLER III (NEPHEW)
    ELIZABETH “LIZA” MAY SMITH nee MILLER (NIECE)
    JOHANNA GABRIELA MOORE nee MILLER (NIECE)
    SIMON MICHAEL MILLER (NEPHEW, DECEASED)
    ANTHONY LUIS MILLER (NEPHEW)

Criminal Record:
    5 counts of drunken disorderly
    3 counts misdemeanor battery 
    5 Years in Huntsville Prison: arson
    3 years Huntsville prison: police battery
        (-2) years for good behavior
    4 year Huntsville Prison: theft/destruction of govt. Property
        (-3.5) years on technicality
    6 months Huntsville prison: resisting arrest
    30 days Huntsville Prison: littering

Psychological Profile:
    Violent (near-homicidal) tendencies
    Secretive
    Slow to trust*
    Fear of abandonment*
      ** leads to distance and lack of intimacy in interpersonal
         relationships both platonic and romantic(nonexistent)
    Weak to vices
        >high-functioning alcoholic
        >tobacco dependency

History:
Jesses T. Miller was born in Elko, NV in 1879 where he lived with his parents
 and brother until they relocated to a suburb outside of Laredo, TX in 1890. 
There, he met widow Alice W. Brown nee Harper (b. May 31st 1875), whom he 
married April 4th, 1896. Their daughter, Erin V. Miller, was born November 
13th, 1896. 5 months later, A. Miller nee Brown nee Harper left TX to live
 with her sister’s family in OK, leaving J. Miller with her 1st husband’s 
property and her wedding ring, but taking her dowry and a number of valuables.
 Very little correspondence is confirmed after this point(3 telegrams and 1 
written letter on record, in file). J. Miller worked as a contractor. Thomas 
“Tommy” G. Miller (b. August 23rd 1975) came to live with Jesse following the
 desertion of A. Miller nee Brown nee Harper, and helped raise E. Miller. He 
married Angela Rosa Martinez in 1905, who came to live with the brothers. T.
 Miller and A. Miller nee Martinez had their first two children before E. Miller’s 
death in 1907 following a car accident (Police report and copy of death 
certificate in file). J. Miller experienced a mental break and burned down the
 house of the man who crashed into them, and when pursued by police, resisted 
arrest and led a car chase in a stolen police vehicle before being detained. 
J. Miller served 7 years and 30 days in Huntsville Prison and was released 
January 12th 1914 with 2 years parole. Record follows drunken
 disorderlies(OK, 1916; KS, 1916; MO, 1917; VI, 1919; MA, 1920) and misdemeanor
 battery (OK, 1916; VI, 1919; MA 1920; MA 1923). No record until processing in
 London, England in 1927 on suspicion of murder of Officer Rupert Peters with 
Nicoline Bourbeau, Dr.Elise M. Strauss, and Lt. Russel [REDACTED].
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