Man Involved With Mac Miller Overdose Arrested By The Police In Lake Havasu Arizona
According to a report from Page Six, the police caught an Arizona man connected to the fatal overdose of the rapper, Mac Miller, who died in September of 2018. The Swimming artist tragically passed away after taking what he thought was oxycodone pills, however, they were laced with fentanyl.
On Monday, the 36-year-old was booked by the authorities after the police, as well as DEA officials, searched through his home in Lake Havasu and found a doctor's prescription pad, pills, and other paraphernalia and marijuana.
Furthermore, the authorities got their hands on a relatively large amount of weapons, including two shotguns, a 9mm pistol, as well as a firearm suppressor and a lot of ammunition.
A spokesperson from the police, Detective Christopher Angus from Lake Havasu City police, said to reporters from The Post that he wouldn't reveal any more information.
Mr. Reavis appeared in court on Tuesday and was detained on a $50,000 bond. He'll be in custody until Wednesday, and it isn't known whether he hired a lawyer yet. The news comes just a few weeks after Cameron James Pettit, 23, was busted for selling pills to Miller several days before he passed away.
Agency officials said in a statement after Mr. Pettit was arrested that the DEA would provide the voice of the victims of counterfeit pills. He added that they wouldn't rest until the accused "face the justice system."
As it was previously reported, Miller, née Malcolm James McCormick, was found dead at his San Fernando Valley Home on the 7th of September, 2018. Later, an autopsy determined he had died from a fatal mix of fentanyl, alcohol, and cocaine.
His death rocked the entertainment and music world, with a plethora of fellow hip-hop and musical artists coming out to commemorate his death. Mac was previously linked to the singer, Ariana Grande before she moved on to her engagement with the SNL star, Pete Davidson. They later broke up.
Mac isn't the only rapper to pass away. The year before in 2017, Lil' Peep died on his tour bus from an overdose of fentanyl and Xanax.