An Ashland woman admitted on Wednesday that she sold methamphetamine in a federal drug case in which her mother and mother’s boyfriend also admitted charges.  Troy Dee Wilson, 21, pleaded guilty to two counts in an indictment that charged her with distribution of meth.  Wilson appeared during a hearing in Billings before U.S. Magistrate Judge Carolyn Ostby.
Wilson’s mother, Georgia Ann (Annie) Wilson, 41, and her mother’s partner, Joshua Don Ray, 37, both of Ashland, also indicted with Wilson, have pleaded guilty to drug charges.  Assistant U.S. Attorney Lori Suek said that in March, the federal Bureau of Indian Affairs’ drug unit used a confidential informant to make three meth buys from residents at an Ashland residence.  Two of the purchases were from Wilson, who twice sold two grams of meth for $200 each time, she said.  Wilson pleaded guilty to distribution of meth and possession with intent to distribute.