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Stark County District Court: Nov. 4, 2019

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Stark County Courthouse

Kalton P. Likely, 32, of Dickinson, status conference: aggravated assault - domestic violence (felony)

Tina Frances Thompson, 48, of Bismarck, initial appearance: DUI - 1st offense, driving under revocation/suspension (misdemeanors)

Jay Dean Bearstail, 41, of Mandaree, bond hearing: driving while license/privilege suspended (misdemeanor)

Tina Marie Thompson, 48, of Bismarck, initial appearance: DUI - 1st offense, driving under revocation/suspension (misdemeanors)

Taylor Wayne Three Legs, 41, of Fort Yates, bond hearing: driving while license/privilege suspended (misdemeanor)

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Joshua Bryant, 28, of Dickinson, bond hearing: unlawful possession drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor)

Taylor Dziura, 22, of Dickinson, initial appearance: unauthorized use of personal identifying information (felony)

Kyle Andrew Neff, 28, of Dickinson, initial appearance: disorderly conduct (misdemeanor)

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

Jesse Lee Morin, 47, of Medora, preliminary hearing: luring minors by computer, promoting obscenity to minors (felonies)

Jesse Michael Fischer, 33, of Dickinson, preliminary hearing: possession controlled substance, possession drug paraphernalia (felonies)

David Wayne Johnson, 49, of South Heart, preliminary hearing: possession drug paraphernalia - meth (felony)

Shane Jarod Tilden, 31, of Killdeer, preliminary hearing: preventing arrest or discharge of other duties (felony)

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