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4 charged with dealing meth plead not guilty

Four people charged in June with criminal conspiracy to deliver methamphetamine all pleaded not guilty and waived their rights to a preliminary hearing on Monday in Southwest District Court.

Victor Lonato Sakima
Victor Lonato Sakima

Four people charged in June with criminal conspiracy to deliver methamphetamine all pleaded not guilty and waived their rights to a preliminary hearing on Monday in Southwest District Court.

Crystal Allen, 31, Len Edward Burrows, 49, Jessica Rakae Stockman, 29, and Sakima Lonato Victor, 39, appeared separately on charges that on June 15 they conspired to deliver 340 grams, or nearly 12 ounces, of meth in Stark County.

That amount of meth has a street value of around $10,000, according to past statements by Southwest Narcotics Task Force agents.

The defendants were arrested with 340 grams of methamphetamine that they allegedly manufactured, delivered or possessed with the intent to deliver, according to their criminal complaint. Victor has also been charged with a Class A misdemeanor for providing false information to law enforcement officer by giving a false name to agents of the Southwest Narcotics Task Force and the BCI.

Stockman is from Watford City. Burrows is from Beulah. Allen is from Yuma, Ariz. Victor is from New Mexico, but the court could not provide a city of residence.

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The four are all being held at the Dickinson Adult Detention Center on $50,000 bond.

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