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11 suspects in NEMO meth conspiracy sentenced in court


(WGEM) -- The last of eleven suspects in a meth conspiracy in Northeast Missouri was sentenced Friday.

The United States Attorney's Office says Felicia Shults, 36, of Ewing, was sentenced to seven years in prison for meth activity between 2009 and 2012.

Robert Cookson, 42, of Quincy, got two years in prison and 52-year-old Timothy Vonholt, of Quincy, was sentenced to a year and a day. 

The following defendants received five years of probation:
        Kevin Lee Shults, 57, Ewing, MO;
        Kitty Kay Shults, 59, Ewing, MO;
        Billie J. Bryan, 41, Hannibal, MO;
        Sean Michael Bryan, 35, Hannibal, MO;
        Stacy Francis Derecskey, 26, Canton, MO;
        Robert Leroy McKim, Jr. 36, LaGrange, MO;
        Christopher C. Robbins, 35, LaBelle, MO; and
        Erick Dennis Winship, 32, LaGrange, MO.   

All pled guilty to various meth charges.

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