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Stark County District Court: Dec. 12-13, 2019

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Dec. 12, 2019

Darrion Ravon Black, 23, of Bowman, initial appearance: simple assault (misdemeanor)

Justin Zane Smith, 39, of Bowman, initial appearance: simple assault (misdemeanor); notice of hearing: driving under suspension, driving or operating vehicle under influence of liquor or drugs (misdemeanors); notice of hearing: domestic assault simple (misdemeanor)

Julie Kromarek, of Scranton, initial appearance: driving under revocation/suspension (misdemeanor)

Owen Robert Seatz, 18, of Kellogg, Idaho, initial appearance: person under 21 man buy pos consume mb (misdemeanor)

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Brittany Drost, 25, of Dickinson, change of plea: disorderly conduct (misdemeanor)

Tyler Blaine Jennings, 29, of Dickinson, motion/hearing: driving under influence of intoxicating liquors, driving while license/privilege suspended, duty upon striking unattended vehicle (misdemeanors)

Curtis Lee Johnson, 32, of Beach, order to show cause: terrorizing (felony), disorderly conduct (misdemeanor)

Douglas S. Hoff, 57, of Dickinson, order to show cause: possession controlled substance (misdemeanor), possession drug paraphernalia - meth (felony); order to show cause: possession controlled substance - meth, possession drug paraphernalia - meth (felonies), preventing arrest, fleeing on foot (misdemeanors)

Jeremiah James Wagner, 40, of South Heart, order to show cause: DUI of alcohol (misdemeanor)

Charles Johnson, 54, of Dickinson, order to show cause: possession drug paraphernalia - meth (misdemeanor)

Chrysentheia M. Jackson, 27, of Dickinson, order to show cause: misuse of 911 call (misdemeanor)

Richard Leroy Devoe, 54, of Dickinson, order to show cause: possession drug paraphernalia - meth (felony)

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Joseph Darrin Lewis, 35, of Dickinson, order to show cause: reckless driving (misdemeanor)

Sean Thomas Richardson, 33, of Dickinson, notice of hearing: driving while license/privilege suspended (misdemeanor)

Troy D. Taraba, 39, of Dickinson, notice of hearing: disobedience of judicial order (misdemeanor)

Classie Jackson, 30, of Dickinson, order to show cause: conspiracy to commit theft of property (felony)

Tanya Battle, 46, of Dickinson, order to show cause: driving while license/privilege suspended (misdemeanor)

Alysia Ann Fritz, 42, of Dickinson, revocation of probation hearing: DUI of alcohol (misdemeanor)

Mariah Irene Pilot, 28, of Dickinson, order to show cause: ingesting a controlled substance (misdemeanor)

Jonathan Baylor Shellman, 37, of New Salem, initial appearance: driving while license/privilege suspended or revoked, violations of restricted licenses (misdemeanors)

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Carly Rae Pafford, 43, of Baraboo, Wis., initial appearance: possession drug paraphernalia, possession controlled substance (misdemeanors)

Lee Michael Kathrein, 58, of Dickinson, preliminary hearing: theft of property (felony), false reports to law enforcement or other security officials (misdemeanor)

Sean Bollinger, 34, of Dickinson, revocation of probation: possession drug paraphernalia, driving while license/privilege suspended (misdemeanors); change of plea: false reports to law enforcement or other security officials (misdemeanor)

Tommy R. Mann, 27, of Dickinson, restitution hearing: failure to register as sexual offender (felony), preventing arrest or discharge of other duties (misdemeanor)

Dec. 13, 2019

Justin Zane Smith, 39, of Bowman, bond reduction hearing: menacing, interference with telephone during emergency call - knowing or reckless (three counts) (misdemeanors)

Pablo Antonio Villalobos, 39, of Dickinson, bond reduction hearing: fleeing or attempting to elude police officer, reckless endangerment, refusing to halt, resisting arrest, possession drug paraphernalia, tampering with physical evidence (misdemeanors); bond reduction hearing: criminal trespass (felony), criminal mischief (misdemeanor)

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

Daniel Arthur Peck, 30, of Dickinson, bond hearing: reckless driving, driving while license privilege suspended or revoked (misdemeanors); bond hearing: driving while license privilege suspended or revoked (misdemeanor); bond hearing: driving under suspension (misdemeanor)

Allen Christopher Blattel, 44, of Dickinson, bond hearing: aggravated assault - domestic violence (felony)

Richard Michael Vyse, 43, of Dickinson, bond reduction hearing: harassment (misdemeanor); bond reduction hearing: stalking (misdemeanor)

Dalton David Kitzan, 20, of Dickinson, bond hearing: minor in consumption or possession (misdemeanor)

Vanessa Renee Hurst, 38, of Dickinson, initial appearance: unlawful possession drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor)

Cesar Javier Rojas Soto, 27, of Dickinson, initial appearance: possession controlled substance - meth, unlawful possession drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor)

Ryan Lucas St. Claire, 37, of Bismarck, initial appearance: driving operating vehicle under influence of liquor or drugs (felony), driving under revocation, disorderly conduct - obscenity (misdemeanors)

Jason Reed Lauf, 47, of Dickinson, hearing: possession controlled substance - meth, possession drug paraphernalia (misdemeanors)

James Bryan Greene, 35, of Hastings, Minn., status conference: DUI of alcohol (misdemeanor)

Robert Lee Cox, 46, of Killdeer, revocation of probation: reckless endangerment, menacing (misdemeanors), burglary, terrorizing (felonies)

Levi Norman Wolf, 40, of Dickinson, motion/hearing: reckless endangerment (misdemeanor)

Tashina McConnell, 34, of Bowman, status conference: theft of property, criminal conspiracy (misdemeanors)

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