Tribal judge set for trial on federal drug charges

A judge on the Wind River Reservation will go to trial January 30, 2006, on charges that she participated in a major drug ring on the Wyoming reservation.

Lynda Munnell, 57, is accused of making threats against a federal officer, distributing of prescription pills and conspiracy. She was one of 19 people charged in a cocaine, methamphetamine, marijuana and prescription drug ring.

Munnell, a member of the Northern Arapaho Tribe, has been suspended without pay pending the resolution of her case.

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