Wichita man sentenced for kidnapping teenage boy

Nicholas Miller (Sedgwick County Sheriff's Office photo)

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) — A Wichita man was sentenced to over 48 years in prison Thursday for kidnapping a teenage boy and sexually abusing him.

Nicholas Miller, 37, of Wichita, pled no contest to aggravated kidnapping Thursday. The 15-year-old boy told Wichita Police that Miller touched him sexually at Miller’s Wichita home in August of 2014 after Miller told the boy he could repair his computer and asked him to bring it to his house.

District Judge Warren Wilbert sentenced Miller to 586 months in prison on Thursday. Miller’s attorney had asked the judge for a sentence of 155 months.


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