An Eau Claire woman will spend four years in prison for violating conditions of her probation stemming from two 2016 felony convictions.
Eau Claire County Judge Michael Schumacher ordered Shannon R. Cockerham to spend four years on extended supervision following her release from prison.
Cockerham was fined $1,036.
Cockerham originally was sentenced in October to three years of probation for one count each of second-offense possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver and second-offense possession of narcotic drugs.
According to court records, Cockerham violated terms of her probation by making her whereabouts and activities unknown and possessing meth and a pipe.