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Prairie Island Tribe arrests woman for possessing meth at casino

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The gaming floor at the Treasure Island Resort and Casino. Photo from TICasino

Correction: The woman was found with 1.5 ounces, not 1.5 pounds, of meth.

Police from the Prairie Island Indian Community of Minnesota arrested a woman who brought 1.5 ounces of methamphetamine to the tribe's casino.

Amy Mae Seefeldt, 27, is charged with felony first-degree drug sale of 10 grams or more of meth and felony first-degree possession of 25 grams or more of meth, The Red Wing Republican-Eagle reported. She faces no less than four years in prison and no more than 40 years, plus a $1 million fine, the paper said.

Tribal police apprehended Seefeldt on the gaming floor at the Treasure Island Resort and Casino after learning there was a warrant out for her arrest.

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Treasure Island arrest yields 1.5 pounds of meth (The Red Wing Republican-Eagle 7/30)

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