2012 News Releases

Coffeyville woman sentenced to 6 years on meth charge

Release Date: Sep 06, 2012

INDEPENDENCE – (September 6, 2012) – A Coffeyville woman was sentenced today to 6 years in prison after pleading guilty in November 2011 to a methamphetamine charge, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said.

Misty Kay Fegley, 27, was sentenced to 72 months in the Kansas Department of Corrections by Judge F. William Cullins in Montgomery County District Court. Fegley pleaded guilty on November 1, 2011, to aid and abet the manufacture of a controlled substance.

Assistant Attorney General Amanda Voth of Schmidt’s office prosecuted the case. The charge stemmed from an investigation by the Kansas Bureau of Investigation, Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office and Coffeyville Police Department. Montgomery County Attorney Larry Markle and Assistant County Attorney David Maslen assisted with the prosecution.

Photo courtesy of Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office.


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