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Mayhem Miller Pleads Not Guilty to Resisting and Obstructing Officer Charges

(This face says a lot, but lawbreaker? Nahhh son.)

For today’s installment of the CagePotato Tri-County Blotter, we once again return to former UFC middleweight Jason “Mayhem” Miller, who you *might* recall was detained by SWAT units last week following a standoff with police, that he live-tweeted. While Orange County police were originally paying Miller a visit to bring him in on stalking, domestic violence, and criminal contempt charges, his three-hour standoff forced them to slap an obstructing an officer and resisting arrest charges as well.

According to ABC7 in Los Angeles, it appears that Miller will be fighting those last two aforementioned charges, and thank God for that.

“MMA fighter Jason @mayhemmiller pleads not guilty to resisting and obstructing officer charge,” tweeted ABC7′s Julie Sone yesterday.

Additionally, MMAFighting has obtained police records which claim that Miller was able to post the $200,000 bond after spending 7 days in jail. NOTE TO CITIZENS OF MISSION VIEJO: Lock up your daughters, lock up your wives, lock up your back doors and run for your lives.

As luck would have it, Miller has already taken to Twitter to vent his frustrations with the manner in which he was arrested.

I’ll admit, I legit lol’d at that name change.

Mayhem also took to the social medias and Internets following his most recent hearing, stating that “Court went well. I have faith in America and California. I have Faith.”

So yeah, it appears that Miller is now free to commit whatever atrocities he can before he is inevitably arrested again, and is seemingly taunting Orange County Police for having the gall to break into the house he barricaded himself inside in order to arrest him. In other news, the sky is blue, grass is green, Chris Weidman is the yin to Miller’s yang, etc.

-J. Jones

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