Feds meet with tribal police chiefs in Wisconsin

Federal prosecutors met with Wisconsin tribal police chiefs on Wednesday in a show of support as they struggle against gangs and drugs on their reservations. U.S. Attorney Jim Santelle from Milwaukee and Assistant U.S. Attorney Timothy O’Shea from Madison sat down with seven tribal chiefs and state agents involved in the state Justice Department’s Native American Drug and Gang Task Force at the Lac du Flamebau reservation in northern Wisconsin.

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