On April 12, Krow turned herself into the custody of North Dakota law enforcement to await extradition to Wisconsin to face charges of violating felony probation. For the next three weeks, friends and supporters weren’t sure of Krow’s whereabouts as she was transferred across states. Now we finally have confirmation that she is in Wisconsin’s Iron County Jail—the same jail where she previously served nine months for defending Wisconsin’s Penokee Hills from mining in 2013.
Krow needs funds to allow her to make calls regarding legal support, as well as to keep in touch with friends and family while she’s inside. But the phone system in Iron County is archaic and extremely expensive, so she needs your support! The ability to make calls while in prison is paramount to maintaining a sense of support, balance, and positive mental health. Please donate here if you can. Every little bit helps.
You can write letters to Krow here (address envelope to Katie Kloth, not Krow):
Iron County Jail
300 Taconite Street
Hurley, WI 54534
While awaiting further legal hearings, Krow is drawing from her experiences and working on a zine about prisoner support and transportation.