Von Miller under criminal investigation by Parker police – The Denver Post
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Police in Parker have launched a criminal investigation of Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller.

“The case is currently under investigation, and no information can be released at this time,” said Josh Hans, a Parker police spokesman, in an email.

If investigators determine that a crime has been committed, a case will be presented to the Douglas County District Attorney’s Office for review, Hans said.

“We have no case,” said Vikki Migoya, a district attorney’s spokeswoman.

Hans gave no further detail of the investigation.

The Broncos have not released a statement on the investigation of Miller.

Miller, 31, missed the entirety of the Broncos’ 2020 season after sustaining an ankle injury in practice a week before the season opener against Tennessee.

The Broncos’ all-time leader in sacks (106), Miller is due to count a team-high $22.125 million on the 2021 salary cap, including a base salary of $17.5 million.

If the Broncos cut Miller, they can create $13.875 million in cap space.

Since joining the Broncos in 2011, Miller’s only documented legal issue was an August 2011 arrest after failing to appear on misdemeanor traffic chargers. A month later, he was cited for driving with a suspended license, and he also pleaded guilty to three traffic offenses from 2012-13. He was ordered to complete 24 hours of community service and take a driving class.

In August 2013, he was suspended six games by the NFL for violating the league’s policy on performance enhancing drugs.

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