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Man set for trial for vehicle theft, meth

Dickinson resident Tyler Pasco is set to have a trial in February following a pretrial conference Tuesday at the Stark County Courthouse. Pasco, 24, allegedly stole a vehicle in September, for which he was charged with theft of property, a Class ...

Dickinson resident Tyler Pasco is set to have a trial in February following a pretrial conference Tuesday at the Stark County Courthouse.

Pasco, 24, allegedly stole a vehicle in September, for which he was charged with theft of property, a Class C felony.

In another incident in October, Pasco was found with a blank check that did not belong to him, along with methamphetamine and meth paraphernalia. He was charged with the Class C felonies of theft of property and possession of meth, as well as the misdemeanor charge of possession of meth paraphernalia.

Pasco’s attorney said they would need more time preparing for the case concerning the vehicle theft, to which Southwest District Judge Dann Greenwood granted a continuance.

Pasco is set to be tried for the alleged meth-related incident Feb. 17.

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Man to have 3 trials for multiple offenses

New England resident Jesse Clark will have three separate trials relating to multiple incidents.

Clark, 37, is accused of a number of crimes during different dates last year, comprising of possession of drug paraphernalia, preventing the duties of an officer, possession of a controlled substance, theft of property and bail jumping. All are Class C felonies.

Hettinger County State’s Attorney Amy Pikovsky said the theft and bail jumping cases could be tried together due to them being related, to which Greenwood agreed.

The trials are all set for Feb. 17.

Man heading for trial for alleged drunk driving incident

Dickinson resident Bobby Duncan Jr., 44, is set to go to trial Feb. 17 for an alleged refusal to submit to a chemical test.

Authorities arrested Duncan Jr. on Oct. 10 after he allegedly refused the test when pulled over on the Interstate 94 Business Loop on suspicion of driving under the influence.

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It is his fourth DUI-related offense in 15 years, making it a Class C felony.

Man found with meth set for trial

Dickinson resident Fernando Orozco was arrested Sept. 3 after he was found with 3.2 grams of meth, along with related paraphernalia. Both are Class C felonies.

Orozco, 42, was also charged with the misdemeanor offense of failing to transfer a title.

Orozco’s trial was set for Feb. 17, along with a misdemeanor trial for the title transfer charge.

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