http://www.ktul.com/news/stories/0110/697442.html Tulsa - An Owasso man is going to prison for eight years for trying to pass four 1-million dollar bills. A judge sentenced 37-year-old Matthew Grabhorn last week. He was arrested last June after asking a teller at the Oklahoma National Bank in Owasso for a four-million dollar cashier's check in return for the fake bills. Grabhorn was charged with knowingly concealing stolen property and attempted false pretense over 500 dollars. He was sentenced to a pair of eight-year sentences which will run concurrently. Court records show Grabhorn also has a pending case for a charge of bogus checks in excess of five hundred dollars. He pleaded not guilty to the charge last week. Grabhorn has previously been convicted of forgery, false pretenses, defrauding an innkeeper and bogus check.