Don Miller, East Lansing Serial Killer, May Get Parole
In 1979, Don Miller admitted to murdering four East Lansing women between 1977 and 1978. He confessed to killing Martha Sue Young, to whom he'd been engaged, but she broke off the relationship.
Miller also confessed to brutally murdering 27 year old Marita Choquette, 21 year old Wendy Bush and 30 year old Kristine Stuart. The Lansing State Journal has details here on how Miller brutalized the women.
It was the rape of a 14 year old girl in her Canal Road home and his attempt to kill her and her 13 year old brother that finally got Miller caught.
Miller was convicted of rape and attempted murder for the Eaton County attacks and sentenced to 30 to 50 years in prison. He was never tried on the murder charges, as he copped a guilty plea to two counts of manslaughter. The deal was offered in exchange for information leading to the bodies of the women he had slain.
Miller, who many still consider very dangerous, is up for parole later this month. The Lansing State Journal has details here on a local group that's working hard to keep a monster behind bars.