Life Indictments filed against three men in Mac Miller’s death case By weekster Posted on 2 weeks ago 2 min read Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ The three men previously arrested for their involvement in the death of Mac Miller have been charged in California. It would be about the suspected dealer, an intermediary and the courier of pills that had been tampered with. According to TMZ, the arrest papers show that the rapper ordered the drug oxycodone from Cameron Pettit. He bought it from Stephen Walter. The third suspect, Ryan Reavis, is said to have delivered the pills to Mac Miller. He would have pulverized and sniffed the pills without knowing that the drugs contained fentanyl. This substance eventually became fatal to him in combination with cocaine and alcohol. The trio have been charged with dealing with drugs resulting in death and with dealing in fentanyl resulting in death. Each indictment has a minimum sentence of 20 years in the state of California. Walter has also been charged with possession of ammunition, for which he, as a previously convicted criminal, can get another ten years in jail. When asked by TMZ why the police launched an extensive investigation to find Mac Miller’s dealers, the authorities said that fentanyl is currently the leading cause of fatal overdoses in the United States. Mac Miller was found lifeless on September 7, 2018, in his home in California. He had been struggling with alcohol and drug addiction for some time. This would also have been the reason for the break with Ariana Grande six months earlier.