Police Report Raises Questions About Reporter’s Scary Tale of Home Invasion

By Mark Joyella 

A DC police report raises questions about a frightening story told by WTTG investigative reporter Emily Miller, that she was the victim of a home invasion robbery on New Year’s Day 2010. The Washington Post reports┬áMiller was not even inside the home at the time of the incident, but rather, “Miller spotted someone leaving the property as she returned from walking a dog.”

Miller, an advocate for gun rights, has said her experience as a robbery victim led her to advocacy–outside of her role as a journalist at the Fox-owned DC station. In an NRA video, Miller recounted the story (in the dramatization, the robbery happens in the dark of night, though the police report shows the incident actually happened in the afternoon), saying “a man police believe to be a drug addict” entered the home while she was walking a dog. “So when I came back to the house, he was in there robbing. He took my wallet, but I was able to talk him out of the house.”

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