Appearing in court were the suspects in the Mac Miller murder who died from using drugs.
Investigating officers have linked several people to being directly or indirectly involved in the MC and rapper’s death.
Presiding over the court hearing on MacMillers murder was Judge Otis D. Wright
Pleading guilty to distributing drugs to Mac Miller were two suspects, namely Stephen Andrew Walter and Ryan Michael Reavis.
According to various news agencies, Stephen Andrew Walter and Ryan Michael Reavis confessed to their role in the transaction that indirectly led to Mac Miller’ death.
During Tuesday morning’s (November 30) court hearing, Miller’s supplier confessed to giving the counterfeit oxycontin pills to Reavis.
Pleading not guilty, Mac Miller’s dealer said that he was unaware of the pills’ contents
Confessing to abetting the transaction, Walter told Judge Otis D. Wright. “that he did not know that fentanyl made up the pills.”
During the hearing, however, Reavis, who remained mum during the entire proceedings, admitted that he knew they contained either fentanyl or some other controlled substance
Following an investigation into Miller’s death, it was confirmed he passed away after ingesting a mix of fentanyl, cocaine, and alcohol.
According to Walter’s statement before the court on September 4, 2018, he instructed Reavis to deliver oxycodone pills to Cameron Pettit.
Defending himself from the murder charges, Walter said that he should be charged with selling blue pills (little blue counterfeit oxycontin pills) and didn’t know what was in them.
During cross-examination in court, Walter said he had never met Miller and was unaware of Petitt’s plans with pills.
Sentencing for the suspect may include 20 years in federal imprisonment, a lifetime of supervised release, a $1 million fine, and other court fees for distributing a controlled substance. Walter, Reaves, and Pettite are all scheduled to stand trial next year.
This article was penned by Jonathan P. Wright. Jonathan is a freelance writer for multiple mainstream publications and CVO of RADIOPUSHERS. You can read more of his work by clicking here.