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Man arrested in Killdeer raid facing additional charges

MANNING -- More felony charges have been filed against Killdeer resident Phillip McCoy, one of three that were arrested during the execution a search warrants outside of Killdeer on Friday that uncovered methamphetamine, illegally altered firearm...

MANNING -- More felony charges have been filed against Killdeer resident Phillip McCoy, one of three that were arrested during the execution a search warrants outside of Killdeer on Friday that uncovered methamphetamine, illegally altered firearms, an explosive device and a pet rattlesnake.

McCoy, who was originally arrested on an outstanding Dickinson city warrant, was served another arrest warrant Tuesday for the Class C felonies of possession of a suppressor (firearm silencer) and two counts of terrorizing, as well as misdemeanor charges of possession of meth paraphernalia and marijuana paraphernalia.

Killdeer residents Sara Brooke Reiss and Shaun Paul were also arrested in the search of the Reiss property, while Sara’s husband, John J. Reiss III, was arrested Thursday, March 17, on an outstanding warrant for failure to appear in court.

The Reisses are each charged with three counts of neglect of a child under the age of five -- a Class C felony -- relating to their three children who lived with them on the property. The couple and Paul are also charged with the Class C felony of possession of methamphetamine.

The couple also each face a Class B misdemeanor charge of possessing a venomous reptile without the required state permit for the rattlesnake, which was named “Richard,” according to court documents.

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