Paul Miller, fifty four, was sentenced Wednesday to 50 years in jail for the capturing dying of his caretaker at an assisted-dwelling residence in 2014.
District Lawyer Clint Campion stated in a press release Miller pleaded responsible to a cost of second-diploma homicide and agreed to the decadeslong sentence.
Anchorage police swarmed a quiet Midtown neighborhood within the early night of Aug. 12, 2014, and located Miller ready outdoors the house with a .380-caliber semiautomatic handgun sitting on the railing of the entrance porch, based on the fees.
A 911 name from Miller prompted the response. He advised the Anchorage Police Division he’d simply shot his caretaker.
Inside the house, officers discovered the physique of sixty three-yr-previous Eduardo Escalante. Escalante died from a number of gunshot wounds to his neck, arm and torso, prosecutors stated.
Anchorage Decide Kevin Saxby stated it was essential to imprison Miller for a big period of time as he “shattered” the sufferer’s household.