More Victims Come Forward in Child Sex Assault Case

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After a Lincoln man accused of sexually assaulting children waved his right to a preliminary hearing, more victims contacted Lincoln Police.

Police say three more men called LPD after they saw a report on Michael Miller.

Police say 57-year-old Miller preyed on boys as far back as the mid 1980's.

A victim came forward in February 2012, claiming Miller assaulted him more than 25 years ago.

The statute of limitations had expired for that victim, but when officers found a second victim from the early 1990's they arrested Miller.

That second victim was under the age of sixteen when sexual contact occurred at Miller's residence. The violations occurred from 1991-1993.

During the sexual assault investigation, the two men stated that they knew of other possible victims who were adolescent males that Miller befriended and invited to his residence.

Police say three new victims in the case have come forward. They were adolescent or in their teens at the time of the assaults.

Miller was lodged at the Lancaster County Jail for 1st degree sexual assault of a child in June.

He will be back in Lancaster County Courthouse on March 25 for a pretrial motion.

Anyone with information is encouraged to contact Family Crimes Unit Investigator Travis Amen directly at 402.441.8979.