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Lawmakers hear details on meth problem during state meeting

May 30, 2017 By Alejandra Silva, Staff Writer

The federal Bureau of Indian Affairs believes increased incidence of aggravated assault on the Wind River Indian Reservation is tied to a rise in meth use ...


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Fremont County Sheriff Skip Hornecker, left, and Bureau of Indian Affairs Wind River police chief Will Mathews testified before a hearing of the Wyoming Legislature's Select Committee on Tribal Relations May 23 in Lander. 	 Photo by Alejandra Silva

Fremont County Sheriff Skip Hornecker, left, and Bureau of Indian Affairs Wind River police chief Will Mathews testified before a hearing of the Wyoming Legislature's Select Committee on Tribal Relations May 23 in Lander. Photo by Alejandra Silva


Fremont County Sheriff Skip Hornecker, left, and Bureau of Indian Affairs Wind River police chief Will Mathews testified before a hearing of the Wyoming Legislature's Select Committee on Tribal Relations May 23 in Lander. 	 Photo by Alejandra Silva

Fremont County Sheriff Skip Hornecker, left, and Bureau of Indian Affairs Wind River police chief Will Mathews testified before a hearing of the Wyoming Legislature's Select Committee on Tribal Relations May 23 in Lander. Photo by Alejandra Silva

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