Hardin woman gets prison for trafficking meth

2012-08-06T16:40:00Z 2012-10-04T16:27:16Z Hardin woman gets prison for trafficking methGazette Staff The Billings Gazette

Trafficking methamphetamine on the Crow and Northern Cheyenne reservations will cost a Hardin woman 40 months in federal prison.

Chief U.S. District Judge Richard Cebull on Monday sentenced Kendra Dale Arcoren, 27, to the term and recommended that she be placed in a federal medical facility because of a high-risk pregnancy if she is not allowed to stay in Billings.

Arcoren pleaded guilty to conspiracy for trafficking meth in Big Horn County and on the reservations. She admitted to being a distributor and business partner of a co-defendant starting in 2008 and to dealing a little more than a pound of the drug. Arcoren is one of eight people charged in the case.

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