Antoine Reddog Jr., Meriah Good Luck, Parshall, sentenced for drug offenses
Antoine Lawrence Reddog Jr., 30, Parshall, was sentenced Wednesday in district court in Minot to 360 days in jail, with a requirement that he serve the 71 days he has already spent in jail, and two years of supervised probation, for possession of drug paraphernalia on May 9.
The state dismissed two Class B felonies, including conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance and possession with intent to deliver an opiate, against Reddog.
Judge Stacy Louser also ordered Reddog to obtain a chemical dependency evaluation and to pay $625 in court costs.
His co-defendant, Meriah Debbi Good Luck, 33, Parshall, was sentenced to 360 days in jail, all suspended but the 71 days she has served in the Ward County Jail, and two years of supervised probation for Class A misdemeanor facilitation of manufacture of a Schedule II Opiate. Goodluck had originally been charged with conspiracy to commit possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, a Class B felony.
Louser also ordered Good Luck to obtain a chemical dependency evaluation and to pay $625 in court costs.
A third co-defendant, Deonte Rashad Sinclair Sr., 32, of Roseville, Mich., was ordered last week to serve 18 months in prison for delivery of oxycodone.
The three were stopped in a Ford Expedition at the Dakota Square Mall on May 9. Sinclair had 71 oxycodone hydrochloride pills in the car, along with $4,800 in cash and two cell phones. The MHA Drug Enforcement Agency had tipped off the Ward County Narcotics Task Force.