KNHL & K5 /WB in Hawaii
Here is the entire article from the KNHL-TV (NBC)& WB/K5 television station in Honolulu, Hawaii…

“25-year old fighter Jason Miller – known as “Mayhem” – was arrested Friday afternoon. He turned himself into the Kalihi Police Station following an incident that occurred at 6:15 am.

Miller was transported to the Honolulu Police Department’s main station around 7:00 pm. KHNL News 8 is still learning details of his arrest.

But we do know that Miller was arrested for burglary in the first degree and assault in the third-degree.

Miller is a mixed-martial arts fighter with Icon Sport – formerly known as Superbrawl. His latest victory was in October.

He defeated Falaniko Vitale at the Neal Blaisdell Center.
His next fight is scheduled for February 11, 2006 against Robbie Lawler.

No word yet from the promoter if that fight is still on.

Miller was scheduled to have a seminar on Saturday.

Martial arts fighter arrested in Nu’uanu burglary, assault


By Curtis Lum
Advertiser Staff Writer

A 24-year-old mixed martial arts fighter was arrested yesterday in connection with a burglary and assault in Nu’uanu.

Jason “Mayhem” Miller was booked on one count of burglary and one count of assault. He was being held in a police cellblock last night pending charges.

Miller, who lives in Las Vegas, was arrested after a woman said a man, identified by police as Miller, broke into her Nu’uanu Avenue home at 6 a.m. yesterday. The woman, Miller’s ex-girlfriend, said her new boyfriend was assaulted by the intruder.

Police were called, but the intruder fled. Yesterday afternoon, Miller turned himself in.

In October, Miller defeated Hawai’i’s Falaniko Vitale before a crowd of about 7,000 at the Neal Blaisdell Center. He is scheduled to fight “Ruthless” Robbie Lawler for the Icon Sport middleweight championship here in February.

But that workshop has been cancelled.