Police say once the two men were inside an altercation started because Miller would not agree to loan them money.
Sgt. Engle said that during the altercation Miller allegedly stabbed Casey Harris in the throat. The two men left the Miller residence. Aubrey Couch drove Casey Harris to the emergency room, and left him there, according to police.
The Hazard City Police went to the emergency room and eventually released Harris to the custody of his father. When his father got to the Harris residence on Little Boulevard in Hazard, Casey ran off to a residence on Newland Street. It was at the Newland Street address that police located the men.
Couch and Harris were taken to the Perry County Detention Center where they were charged with burglary in the second degree. Following the initial investigation, Sgt. Engle said the charges would be amended against Couch and Harris.
The altercation caused Miller to receive a black eye. The injury made the burglary a first-degree crime.
Police plan to seek indictments on Couch and Harris to reflect that level. They will also be charged with assault in the fourth degree.
Miller's girlfriend, Tara Lucas, was not injured in the altercation.