Man attempted to blow up Indy strip club after being kicked out: Court docs
WXIN / Indianapolis Metro Police
Nicholas David Miller, 33, has been charged with attempted arson and criminal recklessness.

via WXIN:

INDIANAPOLIS (WXIN) -- A Greenfield man is facing charges for attempting to blow up a strip club on the west side of Indianapolis after he was kicked out, according to court documents.

Nicholas David Miller, 33, has been charged with attempted arson and criminal recklessness.

Shortly after midnight on November 7, police were called to a strip club in the 8000 block of West Washington Street.

Miller was in sitting in his silver Monte Carlo when officers arrived.

The club’s manager told police he and his staff had asked Miller to leave because employees had told him that Miller was acting strange by standing over other patrons and staring at them.

The manager told authorities that he watched Miller leave on camera and saw him go to his vehicle in the front parking lot and retrieve something from the trunk. Video shows Miller walk to the east side of the building, close the door leading to the kitchen and place a gas container next to the building, underneath the gas meter. A shirt was wrapped around the spigot of the gas can. Miller was then seen on video lighting a cigarette and taking a few puffs before leaning down and holding the lit cigarette toward the shirt and gas can. When nothing happened, he then threw the cigarette toward the gas can and shirt and ran back to his vehicle, court documents say.

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