In 2017, three women were convicted on charges of conducting a civil investigation against Bosman.
Other charges include motions by Attorney General Kurt Alma.
Dillon Joseph Jordan, a 21-year-old Bozeman man, was sentenced to seven and three years in prison, respectively. Ordered
Costs and taxes were reduced from 4,012 to 10,925. Jordan said he was convicted in June of plotting to break up
Coconut, methamphetamine, oxycodone and carpenter.
Charles Waters, 22, was sentenced to three years in prison, one year and one day in prison. The water was spreading
The coconut crop was reduced in June.
Artem Lowell Brooke, also known as Busy, 30, was sentenced to three years in prison. Brock pleaded guilty from June to June
The court found that when the law was passed, researchers, including Yardin and his boss, issued a drug distribution plan.
The use of control in Galatin County in September 2017 led to an increase in drug issues.
Five people with high doses were taken after bells, an emergency treatment for blood pressure control in an accident.
There are many pain medications and medication analytics.
In an interview with the magistrate, Jardine agreed to read aerobic medicine, knowing nothing.
Of tumors. Jardine moved to Montana in 2015 and began selling cocaine, xenox, marijuana, marijuana, oxidon and other drugs. us
Some find the product in a dark network, while others often send medicines to different addresses.
Bozeman Jardine said he bought a stimulant from a Las Vegas supplier and sold cocaine to partner Brent McCarthy.
Water and blocks
According to prosecutors, Water previously admitted the judge was a pharmacist and said he had bought and bought drugs in Jordan.
Mr McCarthy was convicted in this case and before the trial.
Assistant to US lawyer Terni
Missouri River Medical and Working Group Association