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A Wolf Point woman will spend the next five years in prison for drug charges.

Marlina Nannett Martinez, 24, pled guilty in January to possession with intent to distribute meth. Court documents state she trafficked meth on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation.

Chief U.S. District Judge Brian M. Morris presided.

Court documents alleged Martinez distributed meth and fentanyl pills. When law enforcement searched her residence in October 2020, they found an out-of-state fentanyl supplier, about 15 grams of meth that Martinez tried to hide, a rifle, and fentanyl pills sitting on a table.

A young child was in the residence as well.

Individuals reported to law enforcement in interviews that they had bought illegal pills and meth from Martinez.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Ethan R. Plaut prosecuted the case, which was investigated by the FBI, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Fort Peck Law Enforcement Services and Roosevelt County Sheriff’s Office.

This case is part of Project Safe Neighborhoods, a U.S. Department of Justice initiative to reduce violent crime. Through PSN, federal, tribal, state and local law enforcement partners in Montana focus on violent crime driven by methamphetamine trafficking, armed robbers, firearms offenses and violent offenders with outstanding warrants.

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