Mission woman, 30, sentenced for hitting, threatening reservation officer
MISSION, S.D. -- A Mission woman has been placed in a residential program for assaulting a Rosebud Sioux Indian Reservation police officer.
Alvina Leader Charge, 30, admitted hitting the officer in the face and chest and telling her “you’re going to get killed” as she was being arrested last June 30 for contempt of court and making a false statement.
She was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Roberto Lange earlier this week to four months in the residential re-entry program and two years of supervised release. She was convicted of assaulting, resisting, opposing and impeding a federal officer.