|Lethal Friendship: A Mother's Battle to Put--and Keep--a Serial Killer Behind Bars||Sue Young||Amazon|
Donald Miller was born on December 28, 1954 in Michigan.
According to records, Miller was seen as having a normal childhood. He was quiet, did well in school and was a youth minister at his church. Miller went to college and became engaged to a women, Martha Sue Young.
Miller began his murder series after Young broke of their engagement in 1976. Young and 3 other women went missing in the span of 18 months. All of his murder victims were female and they were chosen at random, except for his ex-fiancé.
On August 15, 1978 Miller was arrested after attempting to murder two teenagers in their home. At the time of his arrest only the remains of one of his victims had been discovered. Miller entered a plea bargain in which he would disclose the locations of the other bodies in exchange for a sentence between 30 and 50 years, which is what he received. In 1998 he was convicted again for possessing a weapon and sentenced to another 20 to 40 years in prison.
Blog PostsSerial Killers, Victimology by Heather Whitney | 5 Comments
Don Miller was charged for murdering four people. We currently have information on all of his known victims. Martha Sue Young Martha was murdered in 1976. Marita Choquette Marita, age 28, was murdered in June of 1978. Wendy Bush Wendy, age 21, was murdered in June of 1978. Kristine Stuart …Continue reading...