INDEPENDENCE —(January 30, 2013) — A Coffeyville man will spend 7 years in prison after being sentenced on methamphetamine charges, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said.
Mark A. Foster, 48, was sentenced Tuesday to 84 months in the Kansas Department of Corrections by Judge F. William Cullins in Montgomery County District Court after being convicted in September of conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine.
The charge stemmed from an investigation by the Coffeyville Police Department, Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office and Kansas Bureau of Investigation. Assistant Attorneys General Amanda Voth and Greg Benefiel of Schmidt’s office and Montgomery County Attorney Larry Markle prosecuted the case.
Photo courtesy of the Montgomery County Sheriff’s office.