New Trial Date Set For 3 Suspects Connected To Mac Miller’s Death

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Leading up to Mac Miller’s death anniversary, new details continue to emerge in this tragic death. Nearly 3 years after the 26-year-old rapper’s death, three men have been charged and continue on a on-going trial.

Billboard reports that Cameron James Pettit was arrested for allegedly selling counterfeit oxycodone pills laced with the opioid fentanyl to the rapper. Ryan Reavis of Arizona was detained for investigation. However, police have not released any information regarding his charges but is reportedfacing additional charges, including possession of prescription drugs, drug paraphernalia, weapons misconduct and the manufacture of a prohibited weapon. Lastly, Stephen Walter was arrested for allegedly sourcing the lethal oxycodone that Pettit sold to McCormick. All three suspects have been in custody in Los Angeles since their arrests. 

According to Billboard, the three men connected to Mac Miller’s murder have a new trail date later this year on Nomber 16, 2021.

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By: Leslie Gutierrez

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