- Associated Press - Monday, August 22, 2016

LANSING, Mich. (AP) - Prosecutors opposed to parole for a man who admitted killing four central Michigan women in the 1970s have met with a parole board member.

Ingham County Prosecutor Gretchen Whitmer tells the Lansing State Journal (https://on.lsj.com/2bynpoX ) that she and Eaton County’s prosecutor attended Monday’s meeting.

Relatives of the victims also have opposed parole for Donald Miller.

The 61-year-old Miller is scheduled to meet next week with a member of the parole board.

He was sentenced in 1979 to 30 to 50 years in prison for the rape and attempted murder of two teenagers. He also confessed to killing four women. A lack of evidence forced a prosecutor to offer reduced charges in exchange for leading authorities to the bodies.



Another 20 to 40 years was added after a prison weapon conviction.

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Information from: Lansing State Journal, https://www.lansingstatejournal.com

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