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U.S. Marshals Fugitive Task Force Arrests Two Convicted Sex Offenders

For Immediate Release
U.S. Attorney's Office, District of Idaho

BOISE – Yesterday, the United States Marshals Service (USMS) Fugitive Task Force arrested two convicted sex offenders on separate parole warrants, Acting U.S. Attorney Rafael Gonzalez announced. They were arrested together at a residence in Nampa, Idaho.


Corry Williams, 35 years of age, of South Carolina, was convicted in 2010 under the Uniform Code of Military Justice for rape of a child under 12 years, aggravated sexual assault of a child under 16 years and abusive sexual contact with a child under 16. The USMS arrested him on a federal parole warrant.


Dauna Miller, 42 years of age, of Idaho, was convicted in Canyon County in 2005 for lewd conduct with a minor child under 16. The USMS arrested her on an Idaho Parole Commission warrant.


The USMS had been looking for Williams since August 8, 2017. According to Idaho Parole Commission records, Miller also was wanted since August 8, 2017. The USMS believes the two traveled through multiple western states and attempted to cross the Canadian border before returning to Idaho.


The USMS Fugitive Task Force consists of deputy U.S. Marshals working hand-in-hand with deputies and officers from the Ada and Canyon County Sheriffs’ Offices, and the Boise City, Garden City and Nampa City Police Departments. The Task Force focuses on locating and arresting violent federal, state and local fugitives.


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Updated August 24, 2017

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