Idaho man pleads guilty to 1992 Washington murder

Idaho man pleads guilty to 1992 Washington murder

An Idaho man pleaded guilty on Friday to a cold case killing from 1992 in Washington state after he was arrested based on evidence recovered from a cigarette butt. Lee Miller, 54, admitted to killing 57-year-old Marilyn Hickey, a former friend of his. Miller was arrested in January after detectives used DNA evidence that was first discovered during an investigation of another murder in 1994.

Timothy
Timothy
Nuclear Jellyfish
Nuclear Jellyfish 1 year

White men doing murders feels quaint. I almost long for the days where each event was rare and was a big deal rather than our "oh well there goes another Cathedral" laze faire attitude we have now. Another school blown up...who cares.

Michael Tatom
Michael Tatom 1 year

Black men killed more than whites, browns and Asians combined, you idiot.

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