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Friday, 7 November 2008

Herbert Melvin May, a former Red Lake police officer. He got 48 months in prison and one year of supervised release.

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Sixteen people have been sentenced in Bemidji this week in connection with a large-scale cocaine distribution ring on the Red Lake Indian Reservation.South Dakota's U.S. Attorney Marty Jackley announced the sentencings Thursday. His office is handling the case because the Minnesota U.S. Attorney's Office recused itself due to a potential conflict.Jackley says the investigation led to a total of 34 indictments. Two defendants were previously sentenced, charges against one person were dismissed and 15 defendants await sentencing.One of the people sentenced is Herbert Melvin May, a former Red Lake police officer. He got 48 months in prison and one year of supervised release.The other people sentenced this week received anywhere from one day in prison to 12 years .

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