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YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) –Youngstown police have arrested a man in connection to a fatal East Side shooting
Randall Miller, 37, of Youngstown turned himself in to police around 11:30 p.m. Sunday. He was wanted in connection to the Sept. 28 shooting death of Frank Brown, 33, whose body was found lying in a pile of shattered glass near the corner of Shehy Street and Truesdale Avenue. He was shot in the head.
Miller’s arraignment is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Monday.
Youngstown city employee Megan Miller, wife of Randall Miller, was also arrested on Friday on obstructing justice and tampering with evidence charges. She is accused of trying to hinder the investigation. Her bond was set at $50,000.
Detectives were able to trace a car seen leaving the area of the shooting back to Miller, who told police her husband, Randall, was driving it at the time.
She also claimed the car had never been damaged and detectives then searched the car themselves. Youngstown Police Capt. Mark Milstead said the car was tampered with, including attempts to clean up blood evidence and replace a broken window.
A search warrant was executed Friday at Miller’s home on South Hazelwood Avenue, across from Chaney High School. She was arrested on the job as a payroll clerk in the city’s Finance Department.
Miller has been working for the city since 1995, and has been in the payroll office at the Finance Department since 2002.