Ocean City Police Beat: Boozy attacker fell out of window five stories to an alley

Ocean City Police BeatBoozy attacker fell out of window five stories to an alley

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OCEAN CITY, MD. – Ocean City Police report that Ricky Leon Miller, 25, of Hedgesville, West Virginia is currently in stable condition in a hospital and will soon make into a jail after allegedly committing an assault in an Ocean City hotel.

A West Virginia teen is currently in stable condition after falling from a fifth story window in downtown Ocean City.

Police say that on June 28, 2015, at approximately 9:30 p.m., Ocean City police responded to a hotel in the area of 2nd Street and Atlantic Avenue for a report of an individual that had fallen from a fifth floor window.

Upon arrival, officers observed a male that had been injured from the fall in an alley directly below an open window.

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He was later identified as Ricky Leon Miller, 18, of Hedgesville, WV. Miller was treated on scene by Ocean City Emergency Medical Services and flown to University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center by Maryland State Police Trooper 4 where he is currently listed in stable condition.

After an initial investigation, Ocean City Police Criminal Investigation Division detectives determined that prior to the fall, Miller assaulted a 26-year-old female who was pushing a baby stroller on the third floor of the hotel.

The assault was unprovoked and Miller had no prior contact with the female. Miller then fled to the fifth floor of the hotel and was attempting to exit through a hallway window when he fell five stories to the alley below.

Police say that alcohol and drugs are believed to have been contributing factors. The investigation is ongoing and pending charges against Miller have not been determined at this time.

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