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Stark County District Court: July 26, 2019

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Stark County Courthouse

Nicholas Lee Sanchez, 22, of Elgin, initial appearance: theft of property (felony), domestic violence/threatening, disorderly conduct, theft of property, criminal mischief (misdemeanors)

Billy Lee Buckman, 32, of Sentinel Butte, initial appearance: domestic assault - simple (misdemeanor)

Duane Allen Tate, 30, of Killdeer, bond hearing: driving under revocation/suspension (misdemeanor)

Tom L. Elands, 39, of Regent, initial appearance: forgery (felony); bond hearing: non sufficient funds (misdemeanor); bond hearing: non sufficient funds (infraction); bond hearing: possession controlled substance - marijuana, unlawful possession drug paraphernalia (misdemeanors)

Keaton Joseph O'Hara, 24, of Dickinson, initial appearance: assault (misdemeanor)

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Chelsea O. Davis, 28, of Dickinson, bond hearing: issuing a no account check (misdemeanor)

Justin Parrish Dukart, 53, of Dickinson, bond hearing: possession of certain materials prohibited (felony)

Paul James Downs, 51, of Beulah, initial appearance: possession controlled substance - meth, possession drug paraphernalia - meth (misdemeanors)

Ashley Elizabeth Hutzenbiler, 30, of Dickinson, initial appearance: possession drug paraphernalia - meth (felony); initial appearance: possession controlled substance - meth (misdemeanor)

Brock Simms Forgy, 35, of Dickinson, initial appearance: disobedience of judicial order (misdemeanor)

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

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

Douglas Hoff, 57, of Dickinson, hearing: possession drug paraphernalia - meth (felony)

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