INDEPENDENCE – (October 17, 2012) – An Oklahoma woman was sentenced yesterday to 6 years in prison after pleading guilty to methamphetamine manufacturing charges earlier this year, Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said.
Kimberly M. Manookin, 31, of Lawton, Okla., was sentenced to 72 months in the Kansas Department of Corrections by District Judge F. William Cullins. She pleaded guilty to conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine on March 30.
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 Kevin O’Connor of Schmidt’s office prosecuted the case. Montgomery County Attorney Larry Markle and Assistant County Attorney David Maslen assisted with the prosecution. Photo courtesy of Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office.