LAPD Seeking Possible Victims Of Violent Personal Trainer
NORTH HOLLYWOOD (CBS) — Police are searching for more possible victims of a personal trainer who was arrested for attempted murder, spousal abuse and false imprisonment.
Dejon Alan Miller, also known as “Danger,” was arrested Wednesday for the beating of an unidentified woman in North Hollywood on Dec. 17, Los Angeles police said. The woman suffered from “severe facial bruising and lacerations,” according to authorities.
Miller, 35, is a personal trainer who advertises on his two websites and Craigslist to attract female clients, and to recruit female fitness models, said police.
“Some of the women who responded to his advertisements became victims of extreme emotional, sexual, and physical abuse caused by Miller,” Det. Brandy Arzate said.
Miller is being held on $1.3 million bail. He was on probation for a prior domestic violence conviction at the time of his arrest.
Authorities said Miller also lived in San Diego and fear there may be additional victims there.
Anyone with information on the case was asked to call Azarte at (818) 623-4075 or (818) 623-4065.