Stark County District Court: Oct. 24-25, 2019

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Stark County Courthouse

Oct. 24, 2019

Wanda Schade Kinsey, 56, of Scranton, initial appearance: duty upon striking unattended vehicle (misdemeanor)

Jacob Paul Martinez, 30, of Watford City, initial appearance: driving under revocation or suspension, reckless driving (misdemeanors)

Robert Charles Graff, 36, of Tuttle, Okla., initial appearance: actual physical control of vehicle while under influence of intoxicating liquor (misdemeanor)

Kelly L. Heimbach, 36, of Dickinson, status conference: issuing check without sufficient funds or credit (felony)


Alysia Ann Fritz, 42, of Dickinson, change of plea: DUI of alcohol (misdemeanor)

Oct. 25, 2019

Alvin Keller, 58, of Dickinson, bond reduction hearing: promoting or directing an obscene sexual performance by a minor (felony)

Lena Marie Turner, 42, of Dunn Center, initial appearance: possession drug paraphernalia (misdemeanor)

Garrett William Doppler, 21, of Dickinson, initial appearance - petition for revocation: possession controlled substance, possession controlled substance - meth, possession controlled substance - marijuana (misdemeanors), possession drug paraphernalia - meth (felony); petition for revocation: possession controlled substance (misdemeanor), possession drug paraphernalia - meth (felony); petition for revocation: criminal trespass (felony); petition for revocation: child neglect (felony)

Jaime Ramirez, 38, of Dickinson, initial appearance: possession controlled substance - cocaine (misdemeanor)

Rene Lynn Johnson, 26, of Taylor, initial appearance: simple assault domestic violence (misdemeanor)

John Nihill, 40, of Dickinson, initial appearance: driving under suspension - 4th or subsequent offense in 5 years (misdemeanor)

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