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|01-16-2008, 01:51 PM||#1|
Pine Ridge drug case is wrapped up after two years
Rapid City, South Dakota (AP)
A report of a marijuana odor in a motel hallway helped break open an investigation that ultimately sent 28 people to prison for dealing drugs on the Pine Ridge Reservation.
The longest prison sentence – 34 years – went to Geraldine Blue Bird, the alleged ring leader and host to President Bill Clinton at her Pine Ridge home in 1999.
Prosecutors said the operation trafficked an estimated $2 million worth of cocaine from Denver to Nebraska and South Dakota over three years.
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