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Former Crow Tribe Employees Found Guilty

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Three former employees of the Crow tribe's Historic Preservation Office have been found guilty in federal court of charges including conspiracy to defraud the tribe, extortion, and theft from the Indian tribal organization.

68-year-old Dale Drew Old Horn, his son 40-year-old Allen Joseph Old Horn, and 37-year-old Shawn Talking Eagle Danforth were found guilty of all counts. It's a corruption case in which they were accused of stealing more than $500,000 from the tribe in a double-billing scheme.

The three face penalties of up to 20 years in prison, up to a $250,000 fine, and three years supervised release. Sentencing is set for December 10th.

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