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Halliday man charged with felony gross sexual imposition may have his probation revoked Kyle Greenough, of Halliday, will be subject to a hearing on the revocation of his probation for his charge of the Class A felony of gross sexual imposition.G...

Halliday man charged with felony gross sexual imposition may have his probation revoked

Kyle Greenough, of Halliday, will be subject to a hearing on the revocation of his probation for his charge of the Class A felony of gross sexual imposition.
Greenough was charged after engaging in a sexual act with a then 14-year-old around June 5, at which time Greenough himself was 19-years-old.
Plaintiff’s attorney Pat Merriman said there were “serious concerns” about Greenough, who has been on probation since July, and requested an expedited hearing on the petition to revoke his probation.
Greenough is currently in custody, and the plaintiff requested his temporary release on a $5,000 cash-only bond on conditions including barring Greenough from leaving North Dakota or from residing anywhere without the approval of his probation officer.
Southwest Court District Judge Allan Schmalenberger said the revocation hearing will have to show that Greenough failed to hold to the conditions of his probation, and, if that is done, he may be sentenced to the maximum penalty of 20 years in prison.
Dickinson man charged with cocaine possession with intent to deliver
Eric Collins, 19, of Dickinson, will go to pretrial conference for his charge of Class A felony possession of cocaine with intent to deliver and possession of methamphetamine paraphernalia.
Collins was charged after cocaine was discovered on his person following an Oct. 18 traffic stop. The paraphernalia was found in the vehicle Collins was a passenger in at teh time of the stop.
Meth was found in Collins’ shoe while being booked at a correctional facility, for which he was initially charged with the Class C felony of possession of meth.
That charge was struck Monday at his preliminary hearing.
Haffner is a reporter at The Press. Contact him at 701-456-1206 or tweet him at ahaffner1.

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