Two Busby residents sentenced to prison for meth trafficking, firearm crimes on Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation
MISSOULA — A Hungry Horse woman who admitted to distributing methamphetamine throughout Flathead County was sentenced today to 10 years in prison to be followed by five years of supervised release, U.S. Attorney Leif M. Johnson said.
Kalynn Marie Moskaloff, 25, pleaded guilty in September 2021 to possession with intent to distribute meth.
U.S. District Judge Donald W. Molloy presided.
The government alleged in court documents that law enforcement investigations learned that Moskaloff was involved in distributing meth in Flathead County. During two separate traffic stops of Moskaloff in January 2020 and February 2021, officers found meth and firearms in the vehicles.
Assistant U.S. Attorney Jennifer S. Clark prosecuted the case, which was investigated by FBI’s Montana Regional Violent Crime Task Force, the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office and Kalispell Police Department.
This case is part of Project Safe Neighborhoods, a U.S. Department of Justice initiative to reduce violent crime. Through PSN, federal, tribal, state and local law enforcement partners in Montana focus on violent crime driven by methamphetamine trafficking, armed robbers, firearms offenses and violent offenders with outstanding warrants.
Clair J. Howard
Public Affairs Officer