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Tattooed name of Millerberg's wife now reads Death

OGDEN, Utah (AP) - The Utah man charged with homicide in the drug overdose death of 16-year-old Alexis Rasmussen has altered a tattoo honoring the wife who's now testifying against him.
OGDEN, Utah (AP) - The Utah man charged with homicide in the drug overdose death of 16-year-old Alexis Rasmussen has altered a tattoo honoring the wife who's now testifying against him.

Eric Millerberg has added to a neck tattoo that read "Dea." It now says "Death."

It's unclear when the tattoo was changed, but it was visible during an April 9 preliminary hearing when Dea Millerberg testified against him. She told the court the couple spent a weekend with the teenage babysitter that involved drugs and sex.

Alexis Rasmussen's body was found near the Weber River in Morgan County in October, about a month after her death.

Eric Millerberg's public defender told the Standard-Examiner he had no comment about the tattoo.

Dea Millerberg's lawyer says he couldn't speculate about a motive for it.

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Information from: Standard-Examiner

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