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Another man arrested in connection to Mac Miller’s death

Law enforcement found drugs and firearms in the man’s home.

Adrien Vargas // REVOLT

The F.B.I has made another arrest in connection to Mac Miller’s fatal overdose.

Per TMZ, Ryan Reavis is being held in custody. Law enforcement obtained a search warrant for Reavis’ home in which they found drugs -- prescription-only pills and marijuana. In addition to that, cops found confiscated firearms including a 9mm pistol, two shotguns, a homemade firearm suppressor and an arsenal of ammo. To put the icing on the cake, the police also found a physician’s prescription pad. Moving forward, Reavis is being held on drug and gun charges with a $50,000 bond.

As you might recall, earlier this month, Miller’s alleged drug dealer, Cameron James Petit, was arrested in connection to the rapper’s passing. NBC News reported that Petit supplied Miller with counterfeit oxycodone pills containing fentanyl. After the news hit the net regarding Petit’s arrest, Miller’s dad, Mark McCormick, shared his thoughts on the situation.

“So they finally caught the muthaf--ka that sold him the drugs that killed him,” McCormick said. “And we find some comfort in that. Many of us who were young, including me, experiment with drugs. But it’s a different f--king world out there. All it takes is a little tiny stone of Fentanyl and cocaine and you’re dead.”

Following his untimely death back in September of 2018, the “Swimming” rapper left behind valuable items which include $1.5 million in music royalties, $180,000 in Mac Miller LLC, an extensive jewelry collection, household furniture and electronics. All of the items total around $7 million.

Back in May, MusicCares launched the Mac Miller Legacy Fund, which helps young people who are struggling with substance abuse. “These grants celebrate Malcolm’s life and legacy by funding two respected organizations that provide opportunities for young people to realize their talents and potential,” Miller’s family said. “It’s critically important to our family to fund a safety net for artists and musicians who are struggling with substance addiction. No life should be cut short for lack of expert help.”

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