ND woman sent to prison for stealing money from women's shelter on reservation
PIERRE, S.D. -- A Mandan, N.D., woman who ran a domestic violence shelter on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation in McLaughlin, S.D., has been sentenced to more than three years in prison for stealing money from the shelter.
Dawn Muir, 54, who ran the Pretty Bird Woman House, was convicted of writing checks to herself that she said was for mileage or travel reimbursement or other tasks. But she couldn’t provide receipts and deposits into her own bank account matched the check amounts.