Manager of raided state pain clinic to be sentenced
CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- The former office manager of a Mingo County pain clinic will be sentenced in federal court for conspiring to misuse a physician's U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration registration number.
Myra Miller pleaded guilty in March. She faces a maximum sentence of six months in prison during sentencing in Charleston today.
Miller has said she played a reluctant role in what prosecutors say was a conspiracy to sell narcotic prescriptions to people who didn't need them.
As part of her plea agreement, Miller has already agreed to forfeit her interest in the clinic building and an adjoining office as well as $475,000 in assets seized at the time of the raid.
Most of that amount reflects cash found in her Kentucky home.