District Court – Mountrail County

Feb. 16 Dispositions

Reckless endangerment Thomas Gibbs, 31, Wilmington, Del., $300 court fee, $25 victim-witness fee.

District Court – Mountrail County

Feb. 10 Dispositions

Drove or in actual physical control of a motor vehicle Joshua Lawrence Seymour, 29, Vancleave, Miss., $1,500 fine, $225 court fee, $25 victim-witness fee, enroll in 24/7 State Sobriety Program for one year, perform 100 hours of community service in lieu of jail, obtain chemical dependency evaluation, complete recommended treatment, 30 days, 20 days suspended, 360 days probation.

Feb. 11 Dispositions

Driving while license is suspended or revoked Drew Stephen Larsen, 21, Molalla, Ore., $250 fine, $225 court fee, $25 victim-witness fee.

Criminal mischief Roberto Mendoza Rodriquez, 52, Fountain, Colo., $500 fine, $225 court fee, $300 restitution, $25 victim-witness fee, five days, five days suspended, 180 days probation.

Carrying a loaded firearm in a vehicle Roland Ried Thilmony, 57, Whitefish, Mont., $250 fine, $225 court fee, $25 victim-witness fee, return dangerous weapon.

District Court – Mountrail County

Jan. 26 Dispositions

Drove or in actual physical control of a motor vehicle Andrew D. Yoder, 27, Plaza, $750 fine, $225 court fee, $25 victim-witness fee, obtain chemical dependency evaluation, complete recommended treatment, 10 days, 360 days probation, 10 days suspended.

Jan. 28 Dispositions

Theft of property (possession) Cody L. Cagle, 21, Dickinson, $500 court fee, $575 indigent recoupment, $25 victim-witness fee, two years, credit for 57 days, two years probation, 15 months suspended, also second count of theft of property (possession), two years, credit for 57 days, two years probation, 15 months suspended, also criminal trespass, deferred imposition of sentence for two years, concurrent with other sentence.

Possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine) Eric Scott Castles, 45, New Town, $500 court fee, $475 indigent recoupment fee, $25 victim-witness fee, obtain chemical dependency evaluation, one year, credit for 13 days, two years probation, 335 days suspended, also possession of drug paraphernalia, deferred imposition of sentence for two years, obtain chemical dependency evaluation.

Possession of a controlled substance Jeffrey Michael Heinecke, 41, Stanley, $500 court fee, $475 indigent recoupment, $25 victim-witness fee, obtain chemical dependency evaluation, 90 days, credit for seven days, 360 days probation, 80 days suspended; Richard Thomas Joseph Black, 34, Williston, $500 court fee, $25 victim-witness fee, obtain chemical dependency evaluation, two years, credit for 84 days, 18 months probation, one year and 281 days suspended, also preventing arrest or discharge of other duties, deferred imposition of sentence.