A southwest Missouri woman is the latest in a long line of people sentenced in a conspiracy to distribute large quantities of methamphetamine.
39-year-old Kenna Harmon, had pleaded guilty to being a leader, along with her husband, in drug-trafficking and money-laundering conspiracies.
She'll serve more than 21 years in prison without parole
Prosecutors say the conspirators distributed more than 45 kilograms of methamphetamine in southwest Missouri between June 2013 and November 2014. The Harmons received the drug from sources in Kansas City and St. Louis and Oklahoma.
Under her plea, Harmon must forfeit a house she was building in Halfway, Missouri, along with a firearm, five vehicles, jewelry and about $61,000.
Harmon is among 19 people sentenced in the case. Ten others have pleaded guilty and are awaiting sentencing.
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