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Oglala Sioux Tribal officials are working with federal officials to combat methamphetamine use and violent crime.
Oglala Sioux Tribal officials are working with federal officials to combat methamphetamine use and violent crime.
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May 26, 2017

Oglala Sioux Tribal Officials Work Alongside Federal Officials to Combat Crime

Oglala Sioux Tribal President Scott Weston recently held a meeting between tribal and federal law enforcement officials to discuss violent crime and methamphetamine use on the reservation, reports KOTA News. Held at the Little Wound High School in Kyle, the group discussed measures to promote safety.

President Weston discussed his previous meetings with U.S. Attorney Randy Seiler. Their conversations resulted in the first public presentation held in Kyle. President Scott also noted that there would be additional informational sessions held across the reservation.

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