(Stillwater, Okla.) — A Cushing woman with a history of public intoxication and erratic behavior has been charged with attempting to open the front door of a house in the 300 block of S. Central in Cushing on Tuesday — without the consent of the man inside.

 
Karen Lynn Miller, 49, who was already on probation for car burglary two years ago, was unable to be arraigned Tuesday from the Payne County Jail due to “being uncooperative with staff,” according to court records.

 
If convicted of attempted burglary in the first-degree, Miller could be incarcerated for three and one-half years to 10 years, according to the charge filed today.

 
Less than three months ago, Miller pleaded guilty to assaulting a Cushing woman on Nov. 13, 2018, for which she was given a 15-day jail term with an order to pay a $200 fine plus court and incarceration costs, court records show.

 
A year ago, Miller had pleaded guilty to public intoxication in the 100 block of S. Central and outraging public decency by walking into a Cushing tavern with her pants down on Jan. 6, 2018, for which she was fined $100, court records show.

 
Miller had previously pleaded guilty to public intoxication on Aug. 6, 2017, at Sixth and Howerton in Cushing, for which she was ordered to continue mental health treatment at the Edwin Fair Center, fined $100, given a 30-day jail term with credit for time served, and required to pay incarceration costs, court records show.

 
Miller had also previously pleaded guilty to trespassing after being forbidden to be at a location in Cushing and outraging public decency by urinating in the street at Third and Noble in Cushing, both on June 16, 2017, for which she was given concurrent jail terms of 10 days and 30 days, along with $200 in fines, court records show.

 
Miller had also previously been placed on probation for obstructing a Cushing police officer investigating a trespassing complaint against her on May 18, 2017, but she was found in violation of that probation and given a 60-day jail term on Aug. 2, 2017, court records show.

 
Two years ago, Miller had pleaded guilty to breaking into a car in the 100 block of Second Street in Cushing on Jan. 18, 2017, for which she was originally placed on probation under a five-year deferred sentence, with an order to serve 30 days in jail, perform 50 hours of community service and pay $400 in fines and assessments, court records show.

 
Six months later, her sentence was modified to include a mental health evaluation, any recommended follow-up treatment and random drug tests, court records show.

 
But nine months after that, on May 16, 2018, Payne County Associate District Judge Stephen Kistler ruled that Miller had violated the terms of her deferred sentence, which was changed to a five-year suspended sentence with an order to complete all the treatment recommendations listed in a background report for the court, records show.

 
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