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FBI investigating JP Miller, his attorney, and Dare to Care African Mission

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David Hucks is a 12th generation descendant of the area we now call Myrtle Beach, S.C. David attended Coastal Carolina University and like most of his family, has never left the area. David is the lead journalist at

Sources confirm that Tom Winslow of the Winslow Law Firm and JP Miller are persons of interest by the FBI over issues surrounding monies collected for Miller’s African mission, “Dare to Care.”

It is unclear how long the investigation has been ongoing, but, MyrtleBeachSC News has been sent information that confirms Mica Miller knew of the investigation prior to her death. Mica Miller kept a daily journal.

On March 14th, Myrtle Beach police reported that nearly $1,200 in donations meant for Solid Rock Ministries’ missionary efforts in Africa were stolen by Mica Miller, the suspect in a now-closed local police, theft investigation.

Her bank account was allegedly credited with $1,199 after Mica Miller committed suicide at a state park in Robeson County on April 27th. Her death was ruled a suicide.

Apparently additional funds are missing from that same mission. Attorney Tom Winslow, and his law firm, are people/organizations of interest in the FBI probe.

Tom Winslow represented Pastor John-Paul Miller and helped JP Miller get legal documentation of Mica’s mental health diagnosis. Many have questioned Winslow’s methods in getting this legal documentation.

Posts on Solid Rock and Tom Winslow Facebook pages

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The Solid Rock Church website was removed from the internet and scrubbed after news of the FBI investigation began to privately leak out in certain circles.


In a letter published by Fitsnews, Pastor John-Paul Miller purportedly tells Mica, “I have about 10 – 12 people going [to Africa] this time including…. [Attny] Tom Winslow. See letter below.

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This is a developing story. The last thing MyrtleBeachSC News wishes to do is interfere in an active FBI investigation.

We reached out to Attorney Russell Long today for a statement from his client. His staff informed us that Mr. Miller would not be making a statement at this time.

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