Stark County District Court: Nov. 18, 2019

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Stark County Courthouse

Bonnie Lou Tresenriter, 55, of Dickinson, status conference: conspiracy to commit forgery (misdemeanor)

Kimberly Toney, 34, of Beach, revocation of probation: possession controlled substance w/ intent to deliver - meth (felony)

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

Alyssia Cheyenne White, 18, of Dickinson, bond hearing: unlawful possession drug paraphernalia, minor in consumption or possession, driving operating vehicle under influence of liquor or drugs (misdemeanors)

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


David R. Dunbar, 43, of Dickinson, bond hearing: criminal mischief (misdemeanor)

Jerry Lee McDowell, 57, of Dickinson, bond hearing: simple assault domestic violence (misdemeanor)

Makayla Marie Jevne, 22, of Dickinson, initial appearance: child neglect (felony); initial appearance: ingesting a controlled substance (misdemeanor)

William Arthur Anderson III, 33, of Dickinson, preliminary hearing: aggravated assault - domestic violence (felony), false information to law enforcement or other security officials (misdemeanor)

Amanda M. Battles, 31, of Fargo, pretrial conference: possession controlled substance - meth (felony)

Shane Jarod Tilden, 31, of Killdeer, preliminary hearing: aggravated assault - domestic violence, preventing arrest or discharge of other duties (felonies)

Damon Smith, 32, of Dickinson, preliminary hearing: possession drug paraphernalia - meth (felony)

Tanya Battle, 46, of Dickinson, preliminary hearing: theft of property (felony)


Rico Travon Merritt, 38, of Dickinson, preliminary hearing: aggravated assault - domestic violence (felony)

Kristopher Goter, 31, of Dickinson, preliminary hearing: reckless endangerment (felony)

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