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Billings resident sentenced for role in methamphetamine distribution

Billings, Montana – A woman from Billings involved in a substantial drug distribution operation based on the Crow Indian Reservation has been sentenced to six years in prison. Nancy Michelle Hartsock, who admitted her role in trafficking methamphetamine, will also undergo three years of supervised release following her prison term.

Hartsock’s guilt was confirmed during a traffic stop where she was found with meth and a semi-automatic handgun. She pleaded guilty in August to charges of possessing meth with the intent to distribute it.

The case was overseen by U.S. District Judge Susan P. Watters, who delivered the sentence yesterday. This conclusion marks a significant point in addressing drug-related offenses in the region.

Mia White



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