‘I’m guilty’: William Miller’s jailhouse confession
William Miller backs out of his Scottsdale home driveway March
3, 2006, in Scottsdale.
Ex-prosecutor to defend Miller in 5 slayings
COMPLEX CASE: William Miller appears Wednesday in Maricopa
County Superior Court before Judge Margaret Mahoney in Phoenix.
Murder suspect sentenced in fraud case
Police listen as suspect carries out charade
CHARADE OVER: William Miller of Scottsdale appears as himself in
court after his March 3 arrest. TRIBUNE FILE
Posted: Friday, August 26, 2011 8:40 am
Updated: 3:54 pm, Mon Aug 29, 2011.
Jury deliberations will resume Monday morning for an Arizona man
accused in the 2006 killings of an extended Mesa family.
After two weeks of testimony in Maricopa County Superior Court,
jurors began deliberations Thursday against 34-year-old William
If convicted of any one of the five first-degree murder charges
against him, the Scottsdale man could face the death penalty.
Miller is accused of fatally shooting 30-year-old Steven Duffy
and Duffy's girlfriend, Tammy Lovell, in their east Mesa home on
Feb. 21, 2006. Both were former employees of Miller's who were
informants against him in a 2005 arson case.
Miller also is charged with killing Duffy's 18-year-old brother
and Lovell's two children.
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Friday, August 26, 2011 8:40 am.
Updated: 3:54 pm.