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Attorney Miller Comments on Capital Murder Case
Attorney Miller Comments on Capital Murder Case

The Incident On January 23, 2019, Sammy Arellano called 911 to report that an armed robber shot her boyfriend, professional boxer John VanMeter. Although responders quickly raced to the scene, the victim was later pronounced dead at the hospital. While the loss is undeniably ...

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