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Pine Bluff man sentenced to prison for his role in 2020 Fayetteville homicide case

Pine Bluff, Arkansas – An Arkansas jury delivered a verdict in a 2020 homicide case on Wednesday.

A 24-year-old Pine Bluff man, Steven Maurice Rice, was found guilty of first-degree murder for his role in 47-year-old Mario Miller’s death. The jury then sentenced Rice to 30 years in prison at the Arkansas Department of Corrections. Additionally, Rice was found guilty of tampering with evidence, for which he received a six-year prison sentence. These sentences will be served one after the other

The tragic incident took place in Fayetteville on August 11, 2020.

Following the incident, Rice, along with two other suspects, Keishayla Hill of Stuttgart and Devontae Herred of Fayetteville, were arrested and charged in connection with Miller’s death.

Ava Thompson



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