Foyil Woman Sentenced To 21 Years For Making Meth
CLAREMORE, Oklahoma - A judge sentenced a Foyil woman to 21 years in prison for making meth.
Ann Marie Harris, 30, pleaded guilty Thursday during a hearing in Rogers County court. Court records show the judge sentenced on four counts:
- Count 1: Endeavoring to Manufacture Controlled Dangerous Substance - 21 years
- Count 2: Possession of Controlled Dangerous Substance After Former Conviction of Felonies - 21 years
- Count 3: Possession of Controlled Dangerous Substance After Former Conviction of Felonies - 21 years
- Count 4: Unlawful Possession of Drug Paraphernalia - 1 year
The judge ordered the four sentences to run concurrent with each other.
This is not Harris' first drug conviction. Court records show she is a three-time convicted felon. At the time of her arrest in September 2015, Ann Marie Harris had three outstanding drug warrants.