Parole deferred for confessed killer

A parole review board has deferred the parole of the man who confessed to killing Everett McNutt in Tollesboro 22 years ago.

James A. Miller is an inmate at Kentucky State Reformatory in LaGrange.

James A. Miller is an inmate at Kentucky State Reformatory in LaGrange.

James A. Miller, 39, is serving a life sentence in Kentucky State Reformatory at LaGrange and appeared Tuesday before the parole board. The board deferred the matter for 18 months, making him next eligible for parole May 1, 2018.
Miller’s first parole hearing was on November 20, 2006, and the matter was deferred for 10 years.

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