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Stark County District Court: Sept. 30, 2019

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Stark County Courthouse

Joshua Ray Thomas, 35, of New England, motion/hearing: driving under suspension (misdemeanor)

James Albert Langley, 51, of Alexander, initial appearance: preventing arrest, actual physical control of vehicle while under influence of intoxicating liquor, refusal to submit to chemical test, disobedience of judicial order (misdemeanors)

Brent Allan Lindemann, 49, of Killdeer, initial appearance: reckless driving, DUI - 1st offense (misdemeanors)

Brian S. Krug, 47, of Grenora, bond hearing: driving while license/privilege suspended (misdemeanor)

Kamau Domonic Thomas, 24, of Dickinson, initial appearance: fleeing or attempting to elude police officer, reckless driving (misdemeanor)

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Bobby Leon Fouts, 30, of Dickinson, initial appearance: theft of property (felony); initial appearance: refusal to halt, fleeing a peace officer, driving under revocation/suspension (misdemeanors)

Latif Zakari, 27, of Dickinson, initial appearance: simple assault - domestic violence (misdemeanor)

Traci Marie Laird, 29, of Biloxi, Miss., initial appearance: domestic violence - bodily injury (misdemeanor)

John Gach, 42, of Dickinson, initial appearance: domestic violence - bodily injury (misdemeanor)

Aaron Miller, 40, of Dickinson, preliminary hearing: possession controlled substance with intent to deliver - meth, possession drug paraphernalia - meth (felonies)

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

Alexander Paul Johnson, 36, of Dickinson, preliminary hearing: interference with telephone during emergency call - intentional (felony)

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