State Employees Search Amos Miller Farm, Seize Property | 4 Jan 2024 | Three Pennsylvania State Troopers and seven other individuals spent several hours inside a building on Amos Miller's Lancaster County farm while conducting a search on Jan. 4, 2024, eventually leaving with multiple coolers containing Miller's property. Attempts were made by The Lancaster Patriot to enter the facility during the search, but a Pennsylvania State Trooper said, "we're conducting a search warrant inside this building right now," and told the reporter to leave the building until the search was completed. The search was conducted by employees of the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, with Pennsylvania State Police offering assistance as needed. A search warrant was issued on Jan. 3, 2024, by Magisterial District Judge B. Denise Commins and included an affidavit of probable cause completed by Sheri Morris, Acting Bureau Director of Food Safety with the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture.

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