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Gov. Newsom’s office blocks parole for convicted killer of San Francisco teen

San Francisco, California – A significant decision was made by Gov. Gavin Newsom’s office, impacting the future of convicted killer Royce Miller, who was set to be paroled after 17 years in prison for the murder of 17-year-old Maxina Danner. The victim, a student at San Francisco’s Lincoln High School, tragically lost her life in 2004, and her body was found in McLaren Park.

Governor’s Intervention

In a turn of events that brought relief to the victim’s family, Gov. Newsom’s office recently overruled a parole board’s decision that would have allowed Miller to be released. The family of Maxina Danner was originally shocked by the news of Miller’s impending release, but the governor’s intervention ensures that justice remains served.

San Francisco District Attorney Brooke Jenkins mentioned that the assistant DA, who originally handled the case, is no longer part of her office, highlighting the ongoing changes within the legal team. This decision underscores the administration’s commitment to re-evaluating parole decisions, ensuring that the impact on victims’ families and the community’s safety are carefully considered.

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