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California Man Gets 25 Years for Meth Trafficking on South Dakota Reservation

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California Man Gets 25 Years for Meth Trafficking on South Dakota Reservation

Justice has been served for a Long Beach man who illegally peddled methamphetamine on the Rosebud Sioux Tribe Reservation in South Dakota. 42-year-old Jamaul Carter, a/k/a Mud, or Mudd Roll, was sentenced to 25 years in federal prison for participating in a long-running drug conspiracy that brought significant harm to the reservation community.

Authorities say Jamaul Carter shipped multiple pounds of meth to the reservation over a year-long period, working with others to distribute the dangerous drug. His actions fuelled the ongoing meth crisis on the reservation, leaving a trail of devastation in its. . .

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