Frederiksen Pleads to Meth Crime

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By Daren Sukhram

CEDAR RAPIDS - A man police questioned about the Evelyn Miller murder four years ago has pleaded guilty to another crime. Casey Frederiksen admits he provided stolen pseudoephedrine to meth makers.

Frederiksen pleaded guilty to one federal count of possessing pseudoephedrine while knowing it would be used to manufacture a controlled substance.

Frederiksen is already in federal prison for child pornography.

He was engaged to Evelyn Miller's mother when the five year old girl disappeared from their apartment in Floyd in July 2005.

Her body was found along the Cedar River several days later.

No one has been arrested for her murder.

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