Arrest of Lee Miller (Foxler) brings a call for witnesses to come forward.
by Patch O'Furr
Report tips to Detective Steve Bishop, Denver Police Department Sex Crimes Unit, 720-913-6903
In April 2019, Lee Miller, a Colorado man who goes by “Foxler” in the furry fandom, was arrested for enticement of a child. Sources in the legal proceedings think other potential victims may be out there and want to talk to them. (Sex crime charges have protected info, but this site was asked for help and verified a need to share.) Please help if you can bring them forward.
Miller’s Wikifur profile gives an introduction to his history in fandom. In 2017, Dogpatch Press broke news about activity by his Furry Raiders group that went up to coverage in Rolling Stone and Newsweek. (Deeper details are in these loose notes that are being organized by a publisher’s request.)
Miller’s 2019 arrest was for an offense in 2015, before there was public dispute about him. It took time for police to investigate, but the reason was first reported to them as part of research for Aristide’s 2017 Dogpatch Press article.
article came out November 2017,
i put foxler in cuffs,
— aristidexo 🌻 (@aristidexo) April 15, 2019