PARIS, IL. (ECWd) –
A long 5+ year battle has finally ended today with the sentencing of Kami Miller in Federal Court.
Kami Miller and her daughter-in-law, Ashley Miller both entered a guilty plea to Felonies earlier this year to federal crimes against the former Paris, Illinois based East Central Illinois Mass Transit District. The ECIMTD was run into the ground so far it had to be dissolved.
According to the abbreviated text notes, Federal Judge Colin Stirling Bruce sentenced Kami Miller to:
- 3 years probation
- Restitution in the amount of $20,489.67
- Special Assessment of $100
We will update this when the full sentencing sheet becomes available.
Her sentencing commentary, as filed by her attorney, can be reviewed (here). Of interest in her attorney’s commentary is the fact he failed to mention she sued the auditors for defamation for reporting the truth, and the fact truck-loads of items were recovered from her residence. Rather convenient to leave that information out all while claiming she took responsibility for her actions. Yes, she did, but well after her back was against a wall from all indications.
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Sherry BrianzaPosted at 19:55h, 15 December
Great job you guys! Amazing…..Scary what people do to hide the truth.
Sandy GrayPosted at 21:47h, 15 December
Well it’s about time. To bad we don’t have a quick effective way to bring justice to a head. Now I think the stall out and appeal hoping people will forget or die before justice is served.
Sick Of These PricksPosted at 21:53h, 15 December
Wow, no prison time. That big of a thief gets probation? Thieving criminals don’t give a feces about probation.
anonPosted at 22:11h, 15 December
What about the Victoria’s Secret underwear?
Did the taxpayers get that back?
Was it properly laundered?
Elizabeth GruberPosted at 03:45h, 16 December
Steal from the taxpayers and get a slap on the wrist while the rest of us have to fund this legal twist.
bhl61Posted at 14:30h, 16 December
That big a thief???? If one had had access to the FACTS, they would know that the only thing this “thief” pled guilty to, not found guilty of, was $20,000+ that the documentation for mysteriously was “lost”by the financial person and the board. Yes, she paid it back. There is so much people don’t know. Read the sentensing comments from the link in the article above.
jmkraftPosted at 14:35h, 16 December
For the record, those are not “sentencing comments” but rather a narrative the defense attorney wanted the Judge to read in order to obtain a lighter sentence.
anonymousPosted at 15:23h, 16 December
The comment above remarkably similar to one posted some years ago on the second post ECWDs posted on the convict:
Senior of Edgar County
June 22, 2012 at 6:12 pm
Kami is a very good person with a very high degree of integrity. She has worked very hard to make the Edgar County Sr. Center a success during her 27 years as director. Unfortunately, statements have been made against her questioning her professionalism and loyalty to these programs. Rather than let her address the council to explain questionable actions, she was doubted and considered guilty. Rather than believing one side, please talk to Kami and let her explain the actions in question.
smh @ the stoopid!
Shorter: She didn’t do nothing and can explainz it all. It’s ALL your fault unless you let her lie about it some!
Jeri WilliamsonPosted at 15:35h, 16 December
Sorry, was using words from your article.
Don't call me FrancisPosted at 19:00h, 20 December
Coincidence that the name “Miller” shows up so often on the wrong side of the law?