Change! Obama Census Worker Rapes & Beats Handicapped Woman (Video)
“He was just a nice ordinary person.”
A volunteer Census worker who made his rounds earlier this week is now accused of returning to a physically handicapped woman’s home this weekend and beating her and raping her.
WHAS11’s Adrianna Hopkins was in Pekin, Indiana on Sunday where the crime happened, and spoke to the neighbors and friends of both the victim, and the accused.
“I had no reason to be afraid or anything of him,” said Debbie Bishop. “He was just a nice ordinary person.”
That’s what Bishop thought last Tuesday when she met Daniel Miller. The self-employed tile-layer and volunteer Census worker drove up her road, stopping at the homes listed on his Census forms.
The two had a short conversation and she answered all of his Census questions.
“He just seemed really nice, he was actually he was over friendly,” Bishop said.
But if what Washington County Sheriff’s Deputies say about Miller is true, Debbie says she’s sorely mistaken.
Police say that same Tuesday, Miller also stopped by Debbie’s neighbor’s house. Then, that Saturday, at 4:30 in the morning, police say he returned to her neighbor’s home, broke in, and beat and raped the 21-year-old physically handicapped woman who lives there with her mother.