Detective Benjamin Miller of the Hightstown Police Department will receive the NJHIA Excellence in Homicide Investigation Award on October 25.
He was nominated by Deputy First Assistant Prosecutor Thomas Meidt of the Mercer County Prosecutors Office to recognize outstanding investigative efforts during a homicide investigation.
New Jersey Homicide Investigators Association President Geoffrey Noble congratulated Miller on behalf of the NJHIA Board of Directors for his work during the .
“He, along with his colleagues from the Mercer County Prosecutors Office and NJ State Police did an excellent job working as a team to solve this complex multi-state investigation,” Noble said in an email.
Miller has been invited to attend the NJHIA annual general membership meeting at the Tropicana Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City. He may accept his award during the meeting, where he will be presented with a plaque.
“As Police Director, I would like to congratulate Detective Miller on his nomination by the Mercer County Prosecutor Office for the NJHIA award in recognition for his outstanding investigation efforts during homicide investigations,” said Hightstown Police Director James K. Le Tellier in an email.