Manhattan District Attorney Alvin L. Bragg, Jr., today announced the indictment of KENNETH MILLER, 32, for attacking and sexually assaulting three women as they jogged along the Hudson River Greenway in Upper Manhattan in September 2022. MILLER is charged in a New York State Supreme Court indictment with Kidnapping in the Second Degree as a Sexually Motivated Felony, Assault in the First Degree, and Sexual Abuse in the First Degree, among other charges. 
“New Yorkers deserve to use our city’s many trails and parks without fear,” said District Attorney Bragg. “As alleged, Kenneth Miller preyed on women using the same pattern: attacking them in broad daylight as they were out for a run. My Office’s Special Victims Division provides survivor-centered and trauma-informed services, all free of charge. I urge survivors – and anyone who has information about these or similar attacks – to contact our hotline at 212-335-9373.”
According to court documents and statements made on the record, MILLER first assaulted a jogger on September 14, 2022. MILLER cornered her with his moped, claimed he had a gun, and asked for money. When the jogger said she did not have any money, the defendant groped her repeatedly before steeling her iPod and fleeing. On September 18, 2022, MILLER groped a second jogger as he drove up behind her on a similar vehicle. On September 24, 2022, MILLER grabbed a third jogger by her hair as she ran by. He displayed a knife, forcefully pulled her off the trail into a stairwell, punched her in the face, and hit her head against a hard surface. He blindfolded her and sexually abused her before stealing her phone and smartwatch and fleeing.
Assistant D.A. Austin Minogue is handling the prosecution of this case under the supervision of Assistant D.A. Nicole Blumberg (Chief of the Sex Crimes Unit) and Executive Assistant D.A. Joyce Smith (Chief of the Special Victims Division). Trial Preparation Assistants Kimberly Mohabeer and Noah Taylor and Analyst Molly Viar are assisting with the case.
D.A. Bragg thanked members of the NYPD’s Manhattan Special Victims Squad, including Detective Andre Arias, Detective Tara Convery, and Detective Christopher Stack.
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- Kidnapping in the Second Degree as a Sexually Motivated Felony, a class B felony, one count
- Kidnapping the Second Degree, a class B felony, one count
- Assault in the First Degree, a class B felony, one count
- Robbery in the First Degree, a class B felony, two counts
- Sexual Abuse in the First Degree, a class D felony, three counts
- Robbery in the Third Degree, a class D felony, one count
Forcible Touching, a class A misdemeanor, one count
 The charges contained in the indictment are merely allegations, and the defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty. All factual recitations are derived from documents filed in court and statements made on the record in court.