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Court is now in session

March 9, 2018
Pierce County Tribune

- Roy Joseph Herman, of Belcourt, pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct a Class B misdemeanor. He was ordered to complete a chemical dependency evaluation and recommended treatment; complete 80 hours of community service with the stipulation that he would serve one day in jail for every hour of community service not completed; pay $25 in community service fees; and to not violate any laws or commit alcohol or drug violations. He was sentenced to 30 days' confinement at the Heart of America Correctional & Treatment Center with 26 days suspended and four days' credit for time served, and 360 days unsupervised probation.

(From last week)

- Travis Allen Shelkey, of Rugby, pleaded guilty to both an A misdemeanor charge of duty upon striking an unattended vehicle and a B misdemeanor charge of reckless driving. On the B misdemeanor he was ordered to complete a chemical dependency evaluation and recommended treatment; to not enter any alcohol establishments or consume alcohol until the completion of any recommended treatment; and pay $750 in fees. He was sentenced to 30 days' confinement at the Heart of America Correctional & Treatment Center with 30 days suspended, and 360 days unsupervised probation.

On the A misdemeanor charge he was ordered to pay $275 in fees and complete 40 hours of community service.

The court dismissed a second B misdemeanor charge against Shelkey of refusal to submit to a chemical test.

- Hunter Royland Belgarde, of Bismarck, pleaded guilty to B misdemeanor charges of disorderly conduct and possession of a controlled substance-marijuana, and A misdemeanor charges of possession of drug paraphernalia and preventing arrest or discharge of other duties. On the disorderly conduct charge he was sentenced to eight days in jail with eight days' credit for time served.

He was ordered to complete a chemical dependency and mental health examination from the Northeast Human Service Center following release from jail; complete any recommended treatment; be subject to random drug/alcohol testing by law enforcement; not consume alcohol or non-prescribed drugs; pay $325 in fees. He was sentenced to 360 days' confinement at HACTC with 360 days suspended, and 360 days unsupervised probation.

 
 

 

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