With just days remaining before the one year anniversary of Mac Miller‘s tragic demise, police have arrested a man who sold the rapper drugs shortly before his passing.
As reported, Miller’s cause of death was found to be an overdose (on cocaine, fentanyl, and alcohol) and now it appears authorities aren’t letting up in their investigation into the figures attached.
Moments ago, the Drug Enforcement Agency shared in statement that Cameron James Pettit of Los Angeles was arrested today. The 23-year-old will reportedly appear in court in a matter of hours.
Their affidavit posits that Miller asked Pettit for oxycodone and other drugs. Yet on September 5th, Pettit is alleged to have supplied the rapper with counterfeit oxycodone pills — laced with the powerful opioid fentanyl.