Stark County District Court: Jan. 6, 2020

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Jose Angel Rojas, 33, of Dickinson, motion/hearing: refusal to submit to chemical test (misdemeanor)

Thomas Clayton Miller, 45, of Halliday, initial appearance: gross sexual imposition -sexual victim under 15 (felony); initial appearance: unlawful possession drug paraphernalia (felony), possession controlled substance (misdemeanor); bond hearing: preventing arrest (felony)

James Francis Gannon, 37, of Dickinson, initial appearance: unauthorized use of personal identifying information (felony)

Michelle Lee Nester, 44, of Dickinson, initial appearance: simple assault domestic violence (misdemeanor)

Abdirizak Mahdi Mohamed, 29, of Dickinson, initial appearance: possession drug paraphernalia, possession controlled substance - meth, ingesting a controlled substance (misdemeanors)


Lucas Tyler Pierce, 25, of Dickinson, initial appearance: prohibited/possess firearm (felony)

Sierra Rose Toroitich, 25, of Bismarck, hearing: endangerment of child (three counts) (felony); hearing: possession controlled substance, possession drug paraphernalia (misdemeanors)

Javen Shaye Johnson, 21, of Dickinson, preliminary hearing: possession controlled substance w/ intent to deliver - meth (felony)

Jonathan Thomas Hlibichuk, 31, of Dickinson, preliminary hearing: theft of property (felony)

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