Palmyra woman pleads guilty to nine counts of fraudulent use of credit device, gets five years of probation

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PALMYRA, Mo. — A Palmyra woman received five years of probation after pleading guilty to nine counts of fraudulent use of a credit device.

Alissa D. Reed, 40, of Palmyra entered a guilty plea on Feb. 26 in Marion County Circuit Court. Judge David Mobley sentenced her on April 22 to 18 years in the Missouri Department of Corrections — two years for each of the nine counts — but suspended that sentence and put Reed on probation. Reed also was ordered to pay $21,462.44 in restitution to the victim and pay a fine of $27,000.

Reed was represented by Columbia attorney Matthew Perry. The prosecution team consisted of Katie Carlin, assistant prosecuting attorney for Marion County, and Luke A. Bryant, prosecuting attorney for Marion County. 

EDITOR’S NOTE: Reed’s age was incorrect in an earlier version of this story.

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