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Father, daughter face mandatory prison time in 'dark web' meth ring run from Billings home
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Father, daughter face mandatory prison time in 'dark web' meth ring run from Billings home

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A father and daughter accused of running a meth ring through the mail from their West End home have admitted charges.

Brittany Nicole Green, 30, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court earlier in June to meth possession with intent to distribute, which carries a minimum of 10 years in prison. Prosecutors will move to dismiss a drug conspiracy charge at sentencing.

Gregory Paul Green, 64, pleaded guilty to both possession and conspiracy in April. Both charges carry a minimum of 10 years in prison, but federal defender Evangelo Arvanetes said those penalties cannot be served consecutively.

During a raid of the Greens' home on Westwood Drive in January, law enforcement found carfentanil, hundreds of grams of meth and thousands of Xanax pills, according to the indictment.

Westwood home

In January, this house at 1716 Westwood Drive was raided by authorities. Gregory Paul Green and his daughter, Brittany, sold drugs from the home in 2017 and 2018 and were paid in Bitcoin. The drugs were shipped through the mail. 

Agents also found paperwork in the Greens' home office that indicated Gregory Paul Green was using Bitcoin payments as part of the drug trafficking operation, according to the affidavit.

Brittany Green’s sentencing is scheduled for October.

Gregory Paul Green is set to be sentenced in August.

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