She wrote checks to employees who no longer worked there or did not exist, then put the checks in her personal account, her first attorney wrote in a sentencing memo.
She sought to get out of prison early, telling the judge her home in Norman had been blown away by a tornado on May 10, 2010. Court records do not reflect whether the judge granted that request.
The judge in April ordered her back to prison for three months for probation violations.
In her request for more time to report to prison, her attorney said she had arranged for her parents to watch her children and needed to help her parents find a new place to live because of the tornado.
Miller also has faced bogus check charges in Woodward, Shawnee and Norman but they were dismissed after she made restitution.