Tarrant County releases documents related to Robert Miller case

Today Tarrant County is releasing documents pertaining to the Robert Miller case. These documents include the blood analysis report from the Mayo Clinic and the amended autopsy report conducted by the Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office.
Dr. Kendall Crowns, who was appointed as Tarrant County’s Medical Examiner in December 2021, reviewed the original 2019 autopsy report. After an extensive review, the cause of death remained sickle cell crisis, but the manner of death was amended to Undetermined. Additionally the Mayo Clinic, a nationally recognized medical institution, reported that Mr. Miller was positive for sickle cell trait.
“While there has been a public demand for the release of these documents, Tarrant County is a party in an ongoing lawsuit concerning Mr. Miller’s death,” said County Administrator G.K. Maenius. “The County has worked on striking a balance between the public’s desire for information and the needs of the continuing litigation.”



Accessibility Notice: Due to the complexity of the preceding documents, these documents are scanned images. If you require assistance in accessing the information, you may contact the public information officer at 817-884-2535.

News release date: May 09, 2023