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Stark County District Court Aug. 21, 2019

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Stark County Courthouse

Dillon Andrew Cagle, 28, of Gladstone, initial appearance: driving while license/privilege suspended (misdemeanor)

Corey Adam Hollingsworth, 39, of Dickinson, initial appearance: menacing (misdemeanor)

Jason Scott Laib, 27, of Bismarck, misdemeanor jury trial: fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer, driving while license/privilege suspended (misdemeanors)

Jasmine Janel Steffen, 22, of Dickinson, initial appearance: DUI of alcohol (misdemeanor)

Robert Dorval, 51, of Dickinson, initial appearance: criminal trespass (misdemeanor)

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Nathan James Jangula, 34, of Bismarck, initial appearance - petition for revocation: theft of property, criminal mischief, possession controlled substance (felonies), duty upon striking unattended vehicle, false information to law enforcement (misdemeanors); initial appearance - petition for revocation: simple assault, reckless endangerment, fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer (felonies), aggravated reckless driving, false information to law enforcement, driving while license/privilege suspended (misdemeanors)

Chrysentheia Jackson, 27, of Dickinson, initial appearance: terrorizing (felony); initial appearance: driving while license/privilege suspended (misdemeanor); bond hearing: driving under revocation - 4th or subsequent offense in 5 years, DUI with a minor (misdemeanors)

Tyler J. Myrick, 28, of Dickinson, extradition: fugitive from justice

Eva Loretta Wills, 41, of Dickinson, initial appearance: possession controlled substance (misdemeanor)

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