Man pleads guilty to distributing meth on Montana reservations
A man from Montana admitted to a conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine on two reservations.

George Victor Morris, 59, received meth at his home in Billings, off the reservation. He admitted he took the drugs to the Crow Reservation and the Northern Cheyenne Reservation to sell them.

Morris faces a minimum mandatory 10 years to life in prison and a fine of up to $4 million, The Billings Gazette reported. He was forced to turn over $27,000 in cash and a pickup truck.

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Billings man admits meth trafficking on reservations (The Billings Gazette 7/7)