The man who shot Thunder Bay police Const. Craig Town, leaving him a quadriplegic, could be facing more time behind bars.


The 1991 shooting of Thunder Bay Constable Craig Town left him a quadriplegic. The gunman served 12 years in jail for the shooting, and is now back in custody. (Supplied)

Donovan Miller served a dozen years in prison for the 1991 shooting, but was subsequently convicted of other robberies and assaults, and was released again from prison last July.

However, after just one week, the 44-year-old was returned to custody.

The Parole Board has now recommended he be charged with breaching the conditions of his long-term supervision order. The board also says police are considering three new criminal charges.