8th Person Guilty Of Selling Drugs On Pine Ridge
July 9, 2009, 7:20 AM
Federal jurors in Rapid City found a 48-year-old Whiteclay, Nebraska, man guilty of selling drugs on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation - the eighth person convicted in the case.
Lyle Wilson was found guilty of conspiracy to distribute 5 kilograms of cocaine, conspiracy to distribute 100 kilograms of marijuana and possession with intent to distribute cocaine.
Brandon Ecoffey and Alvina White Bull are awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty to conspiracy to distribute cocaine.
Five other people pleaded guilty and already have been sentenced to prison: Lawrence Vigil, Tyler Eagle Bull, Joe Brewer and brothers Dominique Saucedo and Daryl Saucedo.
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