Michael Nealey Biography, Wiki
Michael Nealey is a Mannford police Officer who allegedly killed His police Chief. They were in Pensacola Beach, Florida, attending the Southeast Public Safety Training Conference at the Hilton, according to the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office.
Michael Nealey Killed Police Chief Lucky Miller
Associated Press of Florida reported that Police authorities of Mannford described this as an alcohol-fueled brawl between the two men in their Florida Panhandle hotel room.
#BREAKING: Sheriff’s deputies in Florida confirm Mannford Police Chief Lucky Miller was killed by another Mannford officer yesterday.
Michael Nealey was booked into the Escambia County jail on homicide charges this morning. @KTULNews pic.twitter.com/gk7OmJLEee
— Haley Hughey (@haleyhughey) November 11, 2019
According to the local police authorities, hotel security was called because the two men were being disruptive, sheriff’s spokeswoman Amber Southard told the AP. Then, later in the evening, the hotel staff called sheriff’s deputies because the men were fighting.
When deputies arrived, they found the police chief dead, she said, and there was no weapon.
Police Chief Lucky Miller
Mannford Police Chief Lucky Miller, 44, was found dead at the Hilton Garden Inn in Pensacola Beach at around 9pm on Sunday.
OK POLICE CHIEF MURDERED: Authorities say Mannford Police Chief, Lucky Miller, was found dead at his hotel in Pensacola Beach. One of his co-workers, Officer Michael Nealey, is sitting in jail facing a murder charge.
Miller’s second-in-command, Mannford police officer Michael Patrick Nealey, 49, has since been arrested and charged with homicide and depraved murder without premeditation.
Miller was the police chief in Mannford, Oklahoma, a small town about 20 miles (32 kilometers) west of Tulsa. It has a population of about 3,200.
Michael Nealey Arrested
Deputies arrested Nealey on Monday, and he’s being held on a homicide complaint in the Escambia County Jail in Florida without bond.
Nealey was booked into the Escambia County jail and is being held without bond. Despite Florida’s broad public record laws, his mugshot has not been released because Florida law makes an exemption for cops.
Southard added that alcohol was involved and that an autopsy is underway.
President of Carterson Public Safety Statement
Brett Graves, the President of Carterson Public Safety, the company that organized the event, said in a statement that he was saddened by the news.
Fast Facts You Need to Know
- Oklahoma chief officer allegedly killed by his second-in-command in Florida
- Mannford Police Chief Lucky Miller, 44, was found dead at the Hilton Garden Inn
- Police say it was alcohol-fuelled altercation in hotel room that led to his murder
Michael Nealey, 49, was arrested and will be charged with homicide after the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office found Police Chief Lucky Miller dead in their hotel room, where they were staying during a training retreat https://t.co/kD7mfL08t5
— CNN (@CNN) November 11, 2019