Four charged with felonies this weekFour people were sentenced on felony charges in Southeast District Court. Jacqueline Kay Oster, also known as Jacqueline Kay Jackson, 24, 734 11th St. NE, Apt. 17, pleaded guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class C felony.
By: Sun Staff, The Jamestown Sun
Four people were sentenced on felony charges in Southeast District Court.
Jacqueline Kay Oster, also known as Jacqueline Kay Jackson, 24, 734 11th St. NE, Apt. 17, pleaded guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class C felony.
Oster was accused of possessing with intent to use drug paraphernalia used to manufacture, compound, convert, produce, process, prepare, test, inject, ingest, inhale or analyze a controlled substance other than marijuana on or about Jan. 25.
Judge John Greenwood sentenced Oster to two years with the North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation with two years suspended. She was also given credit for one day served.
In addition Oster was placed on two years supervised probation.
A Class C felony is punishable by five years in prison and a $5,000 fines.
Daniel Howard Dinnetz, 56, Bismarck, pleaded guilty to forgery, a Class C felony.
Dinnetz was accused of forging a check in excess of $100 between Nov. 12 and 17, 2011.
Greenwood sentenced him to 45 months in the North Dakota Department of Corrections and rehabilitation. He will serve the sentence concurrently with a sentence on a Burleigh County conviction.
Dinnetz was also sentenced to pay $680 in restitution.
Andrew David Hardy, 43, 317 Second Ave. SE, Apt. B, pleaded guilty to a charge of contact by bodily fluids or excrement, a Class C felony.
Hardy was accused of spitting on a Jamestown Police officer on or about Jan. 27.
Greenwood sentenced Hardy to two years at the Stutsman County Correctional Center with one year and 335 days suspended. He is to serve two years supervised probation and pay a $400 criminal administration fee, $100 defense/facility administration fee and $25 victim-witness fee.
Alan Daniel Murdock, 34, Streeter, N.D., pleaded guilty to possessing a firearm as a person who is not permitted to possess a firearm, a Class C felony. He also pleaded guilty to simple assault, a Class B misdemeanor.
Murdock was accused of possessing a firearm on Feb. 11, which was less than 10 years from a prior conviction on felony terrorizing charges.
On the felony charge, Greenwood sentenced Murdock to 30 days at the Stutsman County Correctional Center with 30 days credit for time served.
He was also sentenced to complete a chemical dependency evaluation, two years supervised probation and to not possess a firearm for two years. He is to pay a $400 criminal administration fee, $100 defense/facility administration fee, $25 indigent defense application fee, $300 indigent recoupment fee and $50 victim-witness fee.
On the misdemeanor charge, Murdock was sentenced to 14 days at the Stutsman County Correctional Center with 14 days credit for time served. He must complete anger management, domestic violence offenders treatment, and to not own or possess a firearm for one year.