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Mac Miller's Death Investigation: DEA Raid Leads To Another Alleged Drug Dealer's Arrest

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By Mike Walters

The Drug Enforcement Agency has been investigating the death of rapper Mac Miller since his death, and a second raid a home in Nevada has lead to the arrest of another alleged drug dealer.

According to law enforcement, on September 23, 2019, detectives from the Lake Havasu City Police Department’s Special Investigations Unit, which is part of the Mohave Area General Narcotics Enforcement Team (MAGNET), assisted agents with the Drug Enforcement Administration and the Federal Bureau of Investigation with a search warrant in Lake Havasu City.

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"The investigation, led by the DEA, is an active case involving the death of music artist Malcolm McCormick, also known as “Mac Miller” who had succumbed to an overdose in the Los Angeles area in 2018," they say in a press release.

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The search was conducted at the home of Ryan Reavis, a resident of the area, and during the search, "a physician’s prescription pad, prescription-only pills, a usable amount of marijuana and drug paraphernalia were located"

They say, "In addition, a 9mm pistol, two shotguns, a personally manufactured firearm suppressor, and large amounts of ammunition were also found and seized inside the residence."

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Reavis, a 36-year old Havasu resident, was arrested and charged with "fraudulent schemes and artifices, possession of marijuana, possession of prescription drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia, weapons misconduct by a prohibited possessor, and manufacture of a prohibited weapon."

Reavis is being held on a $50,000 bond.

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As we reported, the DEA has been on the hunt to track down the source of the illicit drugs that Mac Miller ingested leading to his death.

This is not the first arrest in this case, investigators were able to track down the actually pills Miller took that ultimately lead to his overdose.

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The pills, were laced with Fentanyl, a opioid 100 stronger than morphine and it seems officers are still working their way backwards to the ultimate supplier of the drugs.

The alleged dealer was indicted here in Los Angeles earlier this month, and based on information gathered during this part of the investigation, officers were led to the Nevada home.

Mac Miller died of a drug overdose September 7, 2018.

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