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Stark County District Court: Aug. 12, 2019

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Stark County Courthouse

David Allen Hanson, 31, of Dickinson, sentencing: criminal trespass (felony), interference with telephone during emergency call, simple assault (misdemeanors)

Israel Palmares Reyes, 44, of Victoria, Texas, initial appearance: driving under revocation/suspension (misdemeanor)

Dillon James Thompson, 27, of Williston, initial appearance: driving under revocation/suspension (misdemeanor)

Jennifer Lynn Kehrberg, 43, of Mott, initial appearance: theft of property (felony), unauthorized use of a vehicle (misdemeanor)

Tyler J. Myrick, 28, of Dickinson, initial appearance: fugitive from justice (extradition)

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Cortez Robert Bogans, 28, of Dickinson, initial appearance: attempted false information to law enforcement (misdemeanor)

William Casey Hampton, 28, of Dickinson, initial appearance: domestic assault - simple (misdemeanor)

David A. Dulaney, 57, of Dickinson, preliminary hearing: possession controlled substance - meth, possession drug paraphernalia - meth (felonies)

David Joseph Anton, 54, of Dickinson, hearing: possession controlled substance - meth, possession drug paraphernalia - meth (felonies); hearing: unlawful possession drug paraphernalia - marijuana (misdemeanor); hearing: unlawful possession drug paraphernalia - marijuana (misdemeanor)

Joel Edward Hoffman, 31, of Dickinson, preliminary hearing: possession drug paraphernalia - meth (felony)

Heather Lynn Burrington, 40, of Dickinson, preliminary hearing: possession controlled substance (misdemeanor), possession drug paraphernalia (felony)

Don M. Larsen, 41, of Dickinson, preliminary hearing: violate disorderly conduct restraining order (14 counts) (misdemeanor), violation of domestic violence protection order (12 counts) (felony)

Arturo Brown, 57, of Dickinson, preliminary hearing: terrorizing, aggravated assault (felonies)

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Teryn S. Beyers, 20, of Dickinson, preliminary hearing: contact by bodily fluids or excrement (felony); hearing: simple assault (misdemeanor)

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