Man Charged With Killing Federal Witness

Keronn Miller could face the federal death penalty if convicted.

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    A Hartford man has been indicted on federal charges that he killed a man to keep him from sharing information with authorities about drug trafficking.

    The grand jury indictment of 22-year-old Keronn Miller alleges he and others killed Ian Francis to keep him from attending a federal proceeding.

    Francis was shot multiple times while sitting in his vehicle in Hartford on Dec. 21, 2010.

    Miller has been in custody since his arrest on a federal warrant in November. He is charged with witness tampering murder and conspiracy to commit witness tampering murder and faces a mandatory life prison term or possible death penalty if convicted.

    The indictment by the grand jury in Hartford was announced by federal prosecutors, the FBI and Hartford police.

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