Four women charged for meth on Fort Belknap Reservation
Four women have been charged with dealing methamphetamine on the Fort Belknap Reservation in Montana.

Dayna Jean Bear, 37; Amber Marie Bear, 38; Wallene Mary Bear, 50; and Mamie Jean Bear, 56, are accused of selling meth from the summer of 2008 to about September 2009. Wallene Bear is alleged to have brought the meth to the reservation.

News reports did not say how, or if, the women are related. Dayna Jean Bear is the mother of A.J. Long Soldier, who died at a county jail last November.

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