Milo Pressman is a minor antagonist in the Stephen King short story The Body and its movie adaptation Stand By Me.

He is an angry old junkyard owner who is rumored to own a ferocious dog named Chopper that he has trained to attack specific body parts. Chopper does exist, but he is just a harmless golden retriever.

When the four main characters taunt Chopper after tresspassing on Milo's property, he threatens to call the boys' parents.  He also calls Teddy's father a loony, which enrages him.  After this scene, Milo does not make any more appearances in the story.