Marshall woman to spend three decades behind bars after probation revoked

| April 24, 2018
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MARSHALL, Mo. — A woman from Marshall sentenced last year to probation and shock incarceration after entering a guilty plea on 37 of more than 100 drug-related felony charges against her has had her probation revoked by a judge in Saline County.

Anne Marie Coke

37-year-old Anne Marie Coke was accused in July of 2016 of 134 total felony counts of fraudulently attempting to obtain a controlled substance and 11 felonies for distribution of a controlled substance to a minor.

Coke struck a plea deal with prosecutors in May 2017 and was sentenced to parole with 120 days of shock treatment, to be followed by five years of supervised probation.

At a probation violation hearing recently, however, a judge found Coke had violated the terms of her probation.

Coke’s suspended sentence was revoked at a hearing in Saline County Monday. She was reprimanded to serve two consecutive 15-year sentences in the Missouri Department of Corrections.

Coke will spend a total of 30 years behind bars for her crimes.

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Brian Lock is the News Director for KMZU News. He is a resident of Carrollton and attended the University of Missouri - Columbia.