East Lansing serial killer Donald Miller has been denied parole for the ninth time

EAST LANSING, Michigan – East Lansing serial killer Don Miller, 66, has been denied parole for the ninth time, according to the Michigan Department of Corrections.

Miller stepped up before the state parole board in April. While it typically takes 30 days to review each case, it took the state two months to reach a decision on Miller’s case.

In the late 1970s, Miller was arrested for raping a 14-year-old girl and assaulting her brother. While in prison for the crime, Miller admitted killing four women, including his finances.

He was charged with manslaughter in return for helping police find the bodies of three of the women.

In February, another Michigan State Police woman reported that she had been attacked by Miller. The state police are investigating the incident and providing few details.

Miller is expected to be fired at the age of 75 in 2031.


Below is a timeline of the events that led to Miller’s ninth deliberation on probation.

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