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Court is now in session

June 11, 2018
Pierce County Tribune

- Jeremy M. Johnson, of Devils Lake, pleaded guilty to infraction level issuing a check/draft without sufficient funds or credit. He was ordered to pay $156.44 in fees.

- Alan Dean Gooden, of Belcourt, pleaded guilty to an A misdemeanor charge of carrying a concealed firearm/weapon and B misdemeanor charges of possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and driving under the influence of drugs. He was ordered to complete a chemical dependency evaluation and recommended treatment; complete 50 hours of community service and pay $275 in fees. He was sentenced to 30 days' confinement at the Heart of America Correctional & Treatment Center with 30 days suspended and 30 days' credit for time served; and 360 days unsupervised probation.

- Michael James Ledoux pleaded guilty to B misdemeanor driving while license privilege is suspended. He was ordered to complete 40 hours of community service, with the stipulation he would spend one day in jail for every hour not completed by Dec. 31; and pay $50 in fees. He was sentenced to 30 days' confinement at HACTC with 15 days suspended and 15 days' credit for time served; and 360 days unsupervised probation.

Ledoux also pleaded guilty to A misdemeanor false reporting to law enforcement or other security officials. He was ordered to pay $325 in fees. He was sentenced to 180 days' confinement at HACTC with 180 days suspended, and 360 days unsupervised probation.

- Gary Duran Bercier, of Rugby, pleaded guilty to B misdemeanor simple assault-domestic violence. He was ordered to complete anger management; and pay $750 in fees however a $500 fine would be suspended on successful completion of probation. He was sentenced to 30 days' confinement at HACTC with 30 days suspended; and 360 days unsupervised probation.

- Kyle James Lashman pleaded guilty to a C felony charge of maintaining a dwelling for using controlled substances. However due to being sentenced to imprisonment of not more than one year, Lashman would be convicted of an A-level misdemeanor upon successfully completing the terms of imprisonment and probation imposed as part of the sentence. He was ordered to complete a chemical dependency evaluation and recommended treatment, complete 25 hours of community service and pay $675 in fees. He was sentenced to one year's confinement at HACTC with one year suspended and four days' credit for time served; and 18 months supervised probation.

Lashman pleaded not guilty to B misdemeanor charges of possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a controlled substance-marijuana, both of which were dismissed with prejudice.

 
 

 

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