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Cheerleader's killer returning to prison

Cheerleader's killer returning to prison

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FORT WORTH -- Just two years after being released from prison, Wesley Wayne Miller, convicted of the 1982 murder of a high school cheerleader, is returning to a state lockup.

Miller, 46, violated the terms of his civil commitment three times, once by having a romantic relationship with a 21-year-old female jailer at the Cold Springs Jail last year. In a plea deal approved Friday, Miller received another 10 years in prison, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported in Saturday's editions.

Miller had been in county custody under the state's Sexually Violent Predator Program since his 2007 prison release. He served 25 years for the murder of 18-year-old Castleberry High School cheerleader Retha Stratton.

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