Suspect accused of killing Greensboro woman turns himself in

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GREENSBORO, N.C. — A man who was wanted in connection with the Sept. 1 fatal stabbing of his estranged wife, Lakeshia Wells, turned himself in on Sunday night.

Wells, 39, was found stabbed in her apartment at 2119-A Bulla Street at approximately 3:29 am on Sept. 1. She died later that morning.

Marvin Everette Miller Jr., 39, of 830 Fairview St. in High Point, is charged with first-degree murder, attempted first-degree murder and first-degree burglary.

Miller is also accused of stabbing Marcus Rashad Robinson, 32, of 1311 Cyril Lane, who was in the apartment at the time. Robinson was treated for his wounds at the scene.

Miller turned himself in at the High Point Police Department around 10:45 a.m. Sunday. His first court appearance is set for Sept. 10.

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