Everett McNutt’s killer up for parole

The confessed killer of a Tollesboro man 22 years ago could soon be released from prison.
James A. Miller is up for parole in November and the family of Everett McNutt is working to keep him from being released from the Kentucky State Reformatory in LaGrange. He has spent more than half of his life behind bars.
Miller was 17-years-old when he and a 13-year-old Maysville girl broke into a vacant house at Tollesboro in 1994 and lived for several days.
Miller killed McNutt, 60, on November 2, 1994, when McNutt and a neighbor stopped by to check on the house and discovered the two teens inside.

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