Billings woman sentenced for meth trafficking

2014-03-05T16:28:00Z 2014-03-05T23:49:01Z Billings woman sentenced for meth traffickingGazette staff The Billings Gazette

Woman sentenced for meth trafficking

A federal judge sentenced a Billings woman on Wednesday to nine years in prison for trafficking methamphetamine in the Cut Bank area.

Senior U.S. District Judge Don Molloy sentenced Patricia Ann Halcomb-Segna, 53, to nine years and two months during a hearing in Great Falls.

Halcomb-Segna pleaded guilty in December to conspiring to possess meth for distribution from April 2011 to July 2012.

Prosecutors said Halcomb-Segna told officers with the Eastern Montana High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area that she got meth from various sources and transported the drug four or five times to the Cut Bank area.

— From Gazette staff

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