David Earl Miller moved to Death Watch

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) -- Tennessee Department of Corrections has moved death row inmate David Earl Miller to Death Watch.

Miller, who is set to be executed Thursday evening, will be moved to a cell adjacent to the execution chamber where he will be under 24-hour observation.

Miller will be allowed a limited number of items, including religious materials issued by the chaplain, legal documents, and one requested meal on the day of the execution.

Visitors are limited to only those individuals who are on the offender's official visitation list are allowed to visit the offender during death watch.

Miller is being put to death for the murder of a Knoxville woman in 1981.