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2 sentenced in South Dakota women's prison meth case

PIERRE (AP) -- Two more inmates from the South Dakota women's prison have been sentenced on methamphetamine-related charges and two others in the case have entered pleas.

PIERRE (AP) - Two more inmates from the South Dakota women's prison have been sentenced on methamphetamine-related charges and two others in the case have entered pleas.

Attorney General Marty Jackley said Thursday that 36-year-old Michaela Mousseau and 21-year-old Shauntel Shangreaux have each been sentenced to an additional year behind bars.

They were charged in November 2015 for methamphetamine use.

Two other inmates charged in the case, 39-year-old Dawn Mesteth and 29-year-old Sylvia Bordeaux, have pleaded guilty to ingesting methamphetamine.

Sentencing is scheduled for Aug. 1.

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