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A judge has ordered a psychiatric evaluation for the woman charged with stealing about $110,000 that was intended to pay for World War II veterans’ trips to Washington, D.C.
LaVeta Dawn Miller has entered a plea of not guilty two counts of theft by deception. The state alleges that money was stolen from the Honor Flight program, intended to give World War II veterans expense-paid trips to see their national monument.
Earlier this month, after agreeing to continue as her court-appointed attorney, Ellinwood attorney Robert Anderson Sr. requested a court order for her psychiatric exam and an evaluation ...


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