EUREKA, Calif. — After pleading guilty to involuntary manslaughter, the defendant provided prosecutors with information that led to the remains of a missing Redway woman, according to the Humboldt County District Attorney's Office.
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Prosecutors say, Jason Miller, 42, pled guilty to voluntary manslaughter for the April 15, 2021, killing of Kiera Foley, 32, in Eureka on May 2. After entering the guilty plea prosecutors say Miller met with the Humboldt County District Attorney’s Criminal Investigations Division to provide information about the location of Foley’s remains.
The recovery was completed on May 10. Foley’s family has been notified and will soon be provided with the opportunity to lay her to rest.
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Miller also pled guilty to assault with a firearm on a second victim, and assault with force likely to produce great bodily injury on a third victim.
On August 24, Miller is expected to be sentenced, pursuant to an agreement, to serve 25 years in prison.