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Pair arrested marijuana charges

Two people appeared separately in Southwest District Court on Monday after being charged with drug possession with intent to deliver. Blanche Dogskin, 59, of Belcourt, and Albert Dogskin, 34, Manistee, Mich., were arrested during a traffic stop a...

Albert Trampis Dogskin
Albert Trampis Dogskin

Two people appeared separately in Southwest District Court on Monday after being charged with drug possession with intent to deliver.

Blanche Dogskin, 59, of Belcourt, and Albert Dogskin, 34, Manistee, Mich., were arrested during a traffic stop along Highway 10 near Richardton around 11:25 a.m. Sunday.

The two allegedly had possession of 90 grams of marijuana, sandwich-style baggies and a grinder, as well as oxycodone, a grinder and a straw that contained Oxycodone residue. They were charged with possession of marijuana with intent to deliver, a Class B felony, and possession of oxycodone paraphernalia, a Class C felony.

The Dogskins also told officers that Albert Dogskin's name was "Wade Bob" and also gave officers a false date of birth.

Both are being held at the Dickinson Adult Detention Center.

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Appearing before Judge James D. Gion over interactive video, Blanche Dogskin became emotionally distraught over the charges and said she had come to the area to take care of her sick husband. She will be released if she can post $700 of a $7,500 cash bond.

It was not revealed in court how Blanche and Albert Dogskin are related.

Blanche Dogskin
Blanche Dogskin

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