Crow leaders call for more police on reservation struggling with crime

Leaders on the Crow Reservation in Southern Montana are calling for help with the rising crime according to Q2. A meeting Monday between the Crow and Northern Cheyenne tribes as well as the federal Drug Enforcement Agency, the Bureau of Indian Affairs and other law enforcement took place. The mayor of Lodge Grass, Quincy Dabney, also attended.

Problems involving crime that were sited include trafficking, drugs, and Mexican cartel activity. For the full details on this story follow this link