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Stark County District Court: Dec. 3-4, 2019

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Dec. 3, 2019

Cassandra Marieann Tolson, 25, of Bowman, status conference: simple assault on peace officer (felony), interference with telephone during emergency, preventing arrest, simple assault (misdemeanors)

Kelsie Wilkie, 75, of New Town, revocation of probation: possession controlled substance - marijuana, unlawful possession drug paraphernalia - marijuana (misdemeanors)

Tyler David Schaan, 25, of Williston, revocation of probation: unlawful possession drug paraphernalia - marijuana, unlawful possession drug paraphernalia (misdemeanors); revocation of probation: possession controlled substance (felony); revocation of probation: possession drug paraphernalia - meth (felony)

Michael Erik Cox, 27, of Dickinson, revocation of probation: unlawful possession drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor), possession drug paraphernalia (infraction)

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Vanessa Renee Hurst, 38, of Dickinson, criminal hearing: ingesting controlled substance - other than marijuana (misdemeanor)

Dec. 4, 2019

Ryan Gregory Hunke, 32, of Richardton, initial appearance: possession controlled substance - marijuana, unlawful possession drug paraphernalia - marijuana (infractions)

Ashton Thomas Rosart, 20, of Belfield, initial appearance: minor in consumption or possession (misdemeanor)

Kristen Taylor, 41, of Dickinson, initial appearance: simple assault domestic violence (misdemeanor)

Matthew Jay Simper, 39, of Belfield, initial appearance: unlawful possession drug paraphernalia - marijuana (infraction)

Roy Rosales-Esparza, 26, of Dickinson, initial appearance: interference with telephone during emergency (misdemeanor)

Shannon Lavell Ruffin Jr., 25, of Dickinson, initial appearance: driving under revocation (misdemeanor)

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Brandi Audrey Louise Walters, 36, of South Heart, initial appearance: false reports to law enforcement or other security officials (misdemeanor)

Jesse James Bjerken, 20, of Taylor, initial appearance: driving under revocation/suspension (misdemeanor)

Robin Nichole Hermegnies, 26, of Reeder, initial appearance: simple assault (misdemeanor)

James Michael Steerman, 26, of DeBeque, Colo., initial appearance: driving under revocation or suspension (misdemeanor); bond hearing: driving while license/privilege suspended (misdemeanor)

Matthew Scott Stinson, 46, of Newberry, Mich., initial appearance: harassment, stalking, menacing (misdemeanors)

Kathleen Shaun McCausland, 59, of Halliday, bond hearing: possession controlled substance, unlawful possession drug paraphernalia (felonies), refusal to submit to chemical test, disobedience of judicial order, driving or operating vehicle under influence of liquor or drugs (misdemeanors)

Eric Allen Bornsen, 37, of Beulah, bond hearing: possession controlled substance - marijuana, unlawful possession drug paraphernalia - marijuana (infractions), unlawful possession drug paraphernalia (felony), fraudulent practices in urine testing, tampering with physical evidence, driving under revocation/suspension (misdemeanors)

William D. Russell, 26, of Stanton, bond hearing: unlawful possession drug paraphernalia (felony)

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

Beau Klinkhamer, 31, of Dickinson, initial appearance: menacing, interference with telephone during emergency call (misdemeanors)

Christian J. Bredwick, 27, of Dickinson, sentencing: simple assault (misdemeanor)

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