Woman Receives Deferred Sentence For Marrying Mother

Woman Receives Deferred Sentence For Marrying Mother

Photo Courtesy Facebook/Misty and Patricia Spann


An Oklahoma woman who was arrested for incest after marrying her biological mother received a deferred sentence.

43-year-old Patricia Spann lost custody of Misty, 26, and two other children when they were young. They were then adopted by their grandmother.

Photo Courtesy Facebook/Misty and Patricia Spann

Patricia Spann insisted to investigators she didn’t have contact with her kids until a few years ago.

Court records show she also married her biological son in Comanche County back in 2008 and was annulled in 2010.

Incest is a felony in Oklahoma and if convicted, is punishable up to 10 years in prison.

News 4 reports that Misty pleaded guilty to incest and received a 10-year deferred sentence this week.

Misty’s mother, Patricia, is scheduled to appear in court in January.

Court records show Misty and Patricia’s marriage was annulled Oct. 12, 2017.

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