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Youngstown city employee accused of tampering with records in a murder case

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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - Youngstown police are expected to reveal more information on Friday about the arrest of an employee of the city finance department.

36-year old Megan Miller is scheduled for video arraignment in municipal court at 1:30 p.m. on charges of obstructing justice and tampering with evidence.

The report does not detail allegations that resulted in the charges, but sources tell 21 News reporter Michelle Nicks that the records in question are related to the investigation of a murder case.

Court records say the alleged offense took place on Saturday.

According to a police report, Miller was taken to the Mahoning County Jail without incident on Thursday.

Stay connected with wfmj.com and 21 News for the latest on this developing story.

 

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