Dancehall Producer Miller 9 could get the Death Penalty
Miller 9 the popular Jamaican music producer might face the death penalty as he is connected to a murder that is being investigated in the US.
Reports states that, Miller 9 whose given name is Omar Miller, is being investigated because of the death of a man in Irvine, California.
There was a deadly home invasion robbery in October 2019 and Miller who was an officer in the Jamaica Constabulary Force was arrested and charged for murder.
The Jamaican ex-cop is facing multiple felonies, that include assault with a firearm, murder counts and conspiracy to commit a crime. 41-year-old Miller has been charged along with Andre Andrews, 34 and Devon Quinland, 33, who are all in trouble with “special circumstances” for murder committed during the commission of a robbery”. sources revealed.
If Miller and his co-accused are convicted based on California law, they could be facing the death penalty. He now resides in Florida, but he was extradited to California on Wednesday along with Andrews who is also a Florida resident.
The information about the case is not very clear right now, as the report only states that the injured men were found after the police responded to an emergency call and a gunshot victim was pronounced dead after he and another wounded man was taken to the hospital.
It is not clear if the victims identified the men who are accused.
However, Andre Andrews, Omar Miller and Devon Quickland are currently locked up at the Orange County Jail with no bail. It is possible that more information will be released later in the trial.