Parole denied for two men convicted of violent killings
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BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - Parole was denied for two convicted murders because the board said they are still a risk to the public.
The California Board of Parole Hearings denied parole to Donald Miller and Ramon Williams.
Donald Miller was convicted in 1995 of a murder in 1987. The trial revealed Miller and a conspirator hit a woman in the head with a rock and ran her over with a pickup truck. They dumped her body in an orchard.
Miller will appear before the board again in 2018.
Ramon Williams was convicted in 2002 of stabbing his aunt 31 times in 1998. Officials said he murdered her in her Bakersfield apartment because she refused to let him live with her.
Williams will appear before the board again in 2020.
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