LaVeta Miller sentenced for stealing from Honor Flights

GREAT BEND, Kansas – LaVeta Miller was sentenced on Tuesday morning after being found guilty of two counts of fraud from stealing from Central Prairie Honor Flights in 2012.

Miller was sentenced to a total of 25 months in jail with 12 months of post-release supervision.

One count of theft by deception received 12 months in jail, and the second count received 13 months in jail.

Miller is also required to pay $129,000 in restitution money.

“As volunteers we’re happy to see the judge impose the maximum incarceration that is allowed by law,” said Mike VanCampen, President of Kansas Honor Flights.

LaVeta Miller is already in jail. Miller’s lawyer is expected to file an appeal to the sentencing by the end of this week.

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