WOODLAND HILLS —On December 30, the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office announced that Walt Disney’s grandson, Patrick Disney Miller, is to be arraigned at Van Nuys Superior Court, Department 100, on December 31.
The 42-year-old was initially charged in case LA063781 with one felony count of possession of ammunition by a felon, according to the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office.
On December 9, police executed a search warrant at Miller’s home in Woodland Hills where officers allegedly discovered 13 handguns, a rifle and an illegal assault rifle, along with a variety of drugs.
Miller, who was convicted of possession of drugs in Fresco in 2005, and was barred from having ownership of guns or ammunition. Officers from the Los Angeles Police Department attained the search warrant after running a background check on Miller and discovered that he had allegedly purchased ammunition.
On December 30, prosecutors amended the original complaint to add 19 felony counts of possession of a firearm by a felon, one count of possession of an illegal assault weapon and three counts of possession of a controlled substance with a firearm.
Prosecutors are asking that Miller’s bail amount be increased from $35,000, which Miller had initially posted, to $785,000.
Jane Robison, press secretary of the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office, reports to Canyon News that Miller was arraigned and pleaded not guilty on December 31, at Van Nuys Superior Court, Department 100.
“Bail was set at $550,000,” Robison told Canyon News. “He returns to court on February 4 in Department 122 to set a date for his preliminary hearing. We amended the complaint to add 19 felony counts of gun possession by a felon, three felony counts of a controlled substance with a firearm and one count of possession of an assault weapon.”
If convicted, Miller may receive a possible sentencing of more than eight years in state prison.