Man who sourced fentanyl-laced pills that killed rapper Mac Miller

Tuesday, April 19, 2022
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Man Who Sourced Fentanyl Laced Pills That Killed Rapper Mac Miller

Ryan Michael Reavis‚ who admitted to distributing fentanyl-laced pills that killed rapper Mac Miller‚ was sentenced to 10 years and 11 months in prison. Reavis‚ 33‚ had previously pleaded guilty to a single charge of distributing fentanyl to a drug dealer. While he was in custody‚ he admitted to having three guns and supplying the dealer with fentanyl laced pills.

Ryan Michael Reavis

According to court documents‚ Reavis sourced fentanysl-laced pills from a doctor and passed them on to the codefendant who killed Miller. The rapper died of an accidental overdose of fentanyl‚ cocaine‚ and alcohol. Reavis had no knowledge of the fentanyl content of the pills‚ which his codefendant had delivered to Miller. In court documents‚ Reavis claimed that he only acted as a middleman and that he didn't know about the fentanyl-laced pills until it was too late. He said he didn't even know the pills contained the deadly drug. But Reavis was found guilty and sentenced to 131 months in prison‚ with the remainder of the sentence being supervised. He also was found guilty of possession of three firearms and a handgun. His attorney said his client would use the time to grow and honor Miller's memory. The sentencing for Reavis was announced on January 22‚ 2022‚ and he will spend at least three years behind bars. His sentencing was slightly more than probation officials had recommended and was below the recommendation of prosecutors. Reavis admitted to sourcing fentanyl-laced pills for Mac Miller. He was one of three men arrested in connection with Miller's death. Reavis pleaded guilty to a single count of distributing fentanyl on November 30‚ 2021. He is scheduled to serve up to 11 years in prison‚ and the court ordered him to undergo drug rehabilitation. Earlier this month‚ the death of Mac Miller has been linked to drug dealers. Reavis‚ who served as a middleman in the deal‚ obtained fentanyl-laced pills from a drug dealer. He passed the pills on to a third party who provided the rapper with them. It's unclear whether or not Reavis knew the pills contained the deadly drug fentanyl. The death of the Grammy-nominated rapper has sparked outrage among fans and critics alike. Many fans attributed his sudden death to drugs he had ingested. Although the rapper's death was tragic‚ he had recently received his first Grammy nomination for best rap album. While the death of the rapper has been attributed to overdose‚ it remains unclear how many other people were involved in the drug's supply.

Ryan Michael Reavis pleaded guilty to distributing fentanyl

In a plea agreement‚ Ryan Michael Reavis admitted to distributing fentanyl tainted pills that killed rapper Mack Miller. He had bought oxycodone pills that were laced with fentanyl from a drug dealer. Reavis had sold the tainted pills to another drug dealer‚ Cameron James Pettit‚ who in turn sold the drugs to rapper Mac Miller. Mac Miller died from a fentanyl overdose two days later. According to court documents‚ Reavis knowingly distributed counterfeit oxycodone pills to Stephen Andrew Walter and Camden Pettit. He admitted that he supplied the pills to Pettit under the direction of Walter. Reavis moved to Lake Havasu‚ Arizona‚ in 2019 but had lived in West Hollywood. He was arrested on Sept. 7 after discovering Mac Miller's unresponsive body in his Los Angeles home. He was pronounced dead a short time later. On November 30‚ 2021‚ Reavis pleaded guilty to supplying the fake pharmaceutical pills that killed Mac Miller. Reavis received a 10-year prison sentence‚ but prosecutors had sought a sentence of twelve and a half years for the defendant. Nevertheless‚ a plea agreement is far from a victory for Reavis. Reavis pleaded guilty to supplying the fake fentanyl laced pills to the man who later sold them to Miller. He was sentenced to 131 months in federal prison after admitting to distributing fentanyl-laced pills to Mac Miller and Cameron James Pettit. It was a plea deal in an effort to help the rapper recover from his death.

Reavis sourced fentanyl laced pills that killed rapper

The fentanyl laced pills which killed rapper Mac Miller are 50 times more potent than heroin and have the potential to be fatal if mixed with other substances. The rapper died from a combination of cocaine‚ alcohol and fentanyl. The drug supplanted the cocaine in the rapper's bloodstream and killed him. Reavis will be sentenced to 131 months in prison and will be on supervised release for three years. In a plea agreement‚ Reavis admitted that he distributed fentanyl-laced pills to Mac Miller. The Los Angeles County medical examiner said the rapper had died of mixed drug toxicity. He was known for his drug use and had not overdosed in the past. Despite his long-standing struggle with drug addiction‚ Reavis has been sentenced to 131 months in jail and three years on supervised release. Reavis was one of three drug dealers who were charged in the death of Mac Miller. The rapper was found dead in his studio city home on Sept. 7‚ 2018‚ after accidentally overdosing on cocaine and fentanyl. He had previously talked about his struggles with addiction. Reavis pleaded guilty to a federal charge of distribution of fentanyl and was sentenced to 131 months in prison. After pleading guilty to a federal charge of supplying fentanyl-laced oxycodone‚ Ryan Reavis will be sentenced to 131 months in prison. In addition to prison‚ he will also be placed on three years of supervised release with mandatory drug testing. However‚ if Reavis is sentenced to prison‚ the consequences of his actions may be much greater.

Reavis was in possession of three guns

A federal jury found that Reavis had a grey market in Arizona‚ where he sourced the fentanyl laced pills. His past criminal activity was linked to a number of drug-related crimes. He has three guns‚ including an untraceable ghost gun‚ boxes of ammunition‚ digital scales covered in methamphetamine and heroin residue‚ and baggies and blank prescription pads. Ryan Michael Reavis‚ one of the three drug dealers found guilty in the death of rapper Mac Miller‚ pleaded guilty to a federal charge of distributing fentanyl. He was sentenced to 10 years and 11 months in prison after admitting to supplying fentanyl laced pills to a fellow drug dealer. His sentencing was controversial‚ though‚ as Reavis maintained that he had no knowledge that the pills contained the deadly fentanyl. Reavis‚ who was acting under the orders of Stephen Andrew Walter‚ delivered the fentanyl laced pills to Mac Miller‚ who later died. Reavis and Pettit pleaded guilty to drug charges‚ while Pettit pleaded not guilty. The Los Angeles County medical examiner-coroner's office said that Miller died of fentanyl toxicity after taking the pills. Reavis received a 10-year prison sentence‚ whereas the prosecution had sought a life sentence of 12 1/2 years. The arrest of Ryan Reavis comes on the heels of other recent drug cases. Three people were arrested in the past month on drug charges. Last month‚ a grand jury in Los Angeles indicted Stephen Andrew Walter‚ Pettit‚ and Ryan Michael Reavis on charges of conspiracy to distribute fentanyl laced pills. Reavis was in possession of three guns‚ one of which was loaded with fentanyl. He was also in possession of three guns when he sourced the fentanyl-laced pills that killed the rapper. Mac Miller was 26 years old when he died of an overdose in his Los Angeles home. The rapper's death was attributed to a mixed drug toxicity involving fentanyl‚ cocaine‚ and ethanol. Pettit was charged with a federal crime on Sept. 4. Pettit's lawyer declined to comment‚ but his arraignment date is Oct. 10. Known for his frank lyrics and personal insight into depression‚ Miller's death is linked to a broader opioid abuse epidemic. Among other victims were rapper Prince‚ a fan of Ariana Grande and three Doors Down guitarist Matthew Roberts‚ who died from an overdose of fentanyl-laced pills.