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District Court

October 4, 2019
Pierce County Tribune

- The court dismissed a C felony terrorizing charge against Robert Gage Russell (Mandan).

Russell pleaded guilty to an A misdemeanor charge of menacing. He was ordered to complete a psychological evaluation and recommended treatment; have no contact with the victim; not purchase, possess nor consume alcohol, nor enter an establishment licensed to serve alcohol until termination of probation; be subject to random drug/alcohol testing by law enforcement; and pay $625 in fees. He was sentenced to 360 days' confinement at the Heart of America Correctional & Treatment Center with 360 days suspended and 27 days' credit for time served; and two years unsupervised probation.

- Jamie Lynn Baker, of Rugby, pleaded guilty to an A misdemeanor charge of hindering law enforcement. She was ordered to pay $325 in fees. She was sentenced to 30 days' confinement at HACTC with 30 days suspended and 11 days' credit for time served; and 360 days unsupervised probation.

- Mark James Bercier, of Rugby, pleaded guilty to C felony charges of possession of a controlled substance and possession of methamphetamine paraphernalia, and to an A misdemeanor charge of disobedience of a judicial order. He was ordered to complete a chemical dependency evaluation and recommended treatment; and pay $1,135 in fees. On the possession of a controlled substance charge he was sentenced to 366 days' confinement with the Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation with 366 days suspended and 81 days' credit for time served; and two years supervised probation. On the possession of paraphernalia charge he was sentenced to 360 days' confinement at HACTC with 360 days suspended and 81 days' credit for time served. On the misdemeanor charge he was sentenced to 81 days' confinement at HACTC with 81 days' credit for time served.

The court dismissed a B misdemeanor charge of unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia for marijuana use against Bercier.

- Rodney Dale Burger, of Maxbass, pleaded guilty to a C felony charge of maintaining a dwelling for using controlled substances, and to an A misdemeanor charge of possession of a controlled substance (a Schedule I hallucinogenic drug). He was ordered to complete a chemical dependency evaluation and recommended treatment; and pay $550 in fees. He was sentenced to two years' confinement at HACTC, first serve 90 days-16 consecutive weekends in a minimum of 48-hour increments- with 58 days' credit for time served; and 30 months supervised probation.

The court dismissed a B misdemeanor charge of conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance against Burger.

- Valerie Faith Davis, of Minot, pleaded guilty to a C felony charge of possession of methamphetamine paraphernalia, and to an A misdemeanor charge of criminal mischief. She was ordered to complete a chemical dependency evaluation and recommended treatment; complete a psychological evaluation; and pay $1,900 in restitution. On the felony charge she was sentenced to three years' confinement with the DOCR-first serve 18 months-with 89 days' credit for time served; and two years supervised probation. On the misdemeanor charge she was sentenced to 89 days' confinement at HACTC with 89 days' credit for time served.

- Samuel Richard Griffin, of Rugby, pleaded guilty to an A misdemeanor charge of reckless endangerment. He was ordered to complete a chemical dependency evaluation and recommended treatment; have no contact with the victim; complete 40 hours of community service; and pay $350 in fees. He was sentenced to 360 days' confinement at HACTC with 360 days suspended and two days' credit for time served; and two years unsupervised probation.

- Kevin Jay St. Pierre, of Dunseith, pleaded guilty to a B misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct. He was ordered to complete a chemical dependency evaluation and recommended treatment; and pay $250 in fees. He was sentenced to 20 days' confinement at HACTC with 16 days suspended and four days' credit for time served; and 360 days unsupervised probation.

- McKayla Renae Munyer, of Rugby, pleaded guilty to maintaining a dwelling for using controlled substances and to possession of a schedule 1 hallucinogenic. She was ordered to complete a chemical dependency evaluation and recommended treatment; complete 60 hours of community service; have no contact with R.B. and C.G.; and pay $1,160 in fees. She was placed on two years supervised probation. On the possession of a schedule I hallucinogenic charge she was sentenced to 13 days' confinement at HACTC with 13 days' credit for time served.

The court dismissed a conspiracy to deliver charge against Munyer.

- Jared Michael Overby, of Minot, pleaded guilty to a B misdemeanor charge or driving or in actual physical control while under the influence of alcohol. He was ordered to complete a chemical dependency evaluation and recommended treatment; participate in the 24/7 Sobriety Program; and pay $1,750 in fees. He was sentenced to 10 days' confinement at HACTC with credit for nine days served; and 360 days unsupervised probation.

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

 
 

 

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