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Leftovers lead to felony charges

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Taz J. Miller (Source: Randolph County Jail) Taz J. Miller (Source: Randolph County Jail)

WINCHESTER, IN (WAVE) - An Indiana teenager is facing felony charges after allegedly stabbing his roommate because he ate Thanksgiving leftovers from the teen's grandmother.

Taz J. Miller, 18, was formally charged Thursday with battery with a deadly weapon and criminal recklessness

Winchester police were called to Miller's home Sunday after he allegedly confronted one of his roommates for eating his plate of food, then stabbed him in the arm and a leg before trying to strangle him

Miller was being held at the Randolph County Jail on a $10,000 bond.

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