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EntertainmentAriana Grande Wants Mac Miller’s Drug Dealer To Serve Prison Time

10:30  09 september  2019
10:30  09 september  2019 Source:   etcanada.com

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Mac Miller ' s alleged drug dealer richly deserves time behind bars for contributing to the death of the rapper at least according to Ariana Grande . As for what that justice might entail law enforcement sources tell us Pettit could be hit with an enhanced drug trafficking charge resulting in

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Ariana Grande Wants Mac Miller’s Drug Dealer To Serve Prison Time© Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic

Ariana Grande is hoping Mac Miller's drug dealer will spend time behind bars.

According to a new report fromTMZ, the "Thank U, Next" singer, 26, believes that Miller's dealer, 28-year-old Cameron James Petit, took advantage of Miller's addiction and should face serious consequences for allegedly contributing to Miller's death.

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Federal investigators believe Petit supplied Miller with counterfeit oxycodone pills that were laced with fentanyl which ultimately led to his death. In November of last year, The LA County Coroner's office concluded that Miller's Sept. 7, 2018 death was the result of an accidental overdose due to a "mixed drug toxicity" of fentanyl, alcohol, and cocaine.

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Grande asserts anyone who had a role in supplying Miller with tainted drugs should be legally held accountable for his death. Pettit could face up to 20 years in federal prison if convicted for his role in Miller ' s death. “While the death of any victim of the opioid epidemic is tragic, today’s arrest is another

Ariana Grande reportedly wants Mac Miller ' s accused drug dealer charged and convicted for supplying counterfeit pills that may have Ariana Grande Reportedly Wants Mac Miller ’ s Alleged Drug Dealer Convicted. If convicted of his role in Miller ’ s death, he could face 20 years in prison .

Grande reportedly believes that any person who supplied drugs to Miller is partly responsible for Miller's death and deserves to be charged and convicted.

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Petit was arrested last Wednesday on a charge of distributing a controlled substance. However, he could face an additional more serious charge of "drug trafficking resulting in death." TMZ reports that law enforcement are currently investigating whether that charge can be applied to Petit. The site also notes that Petit's arrest brought some sense of closure for Grande, who continues to mourn the loss of Miller.

Petit is currently being held without bond and is set to be arraigned next month.

Drug-toting drone seized at Collins Bay Institution.
Officials at Collins Bay Institution near Kingston intercepted and seized a drone earlier this week carrying a payload of illegal drugs. The interception occurred Monday around 9:45 p.m. The drone was carrying 102.8 grams of tobacco and 428.4 grams of marijuana. The total estimated institutional value of the seizure is $45,240. Prison officials offered no further details on the case. It was the second such seizure at a federal prison in four days. On Aug. 30, staff at Joyceville Institution stopped contraband with an institutional value of $6,100 from entering the institution. Tobacco smoking was banned in federal correctional institutions in 2008.

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