Three sentenced on felony charges
Three people were sentenced on felony charges recently in Southeast District Court in Jamestown.
Travis James Allcock, 34, Tappen, N.D., pleaded guilty to unauthorized use of personal identifying information and four counts of unlawful entry into a motor vehicle, Class C felonies.
Allcock was accused of using the name and/or credit or debit card number of another person to make or attempt to make purchases valued at less than $1,000 and breaking windows in four vehicles to commit theft on Oct. 23.
Judge Cherie Clark sentenced Allcock to five years in the North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation with three years and six months suspended. Clark recommended Allcock be placed in the Tompkins Rehabilitation and Corrections Center.
Allcock will be placed on one year supervised probation and was ordered to pay a $35 indigent defense application fee and $1,302 restitution. Allcock was also ordered to obtain a diagnostic assessment and comply with any recommendations.
A Class C felony is punishable by five years in prison and a $10,000 fine.
Barrett Woods Hieb, 29, 449 1st St. W, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia, Class C felonies.
Hieb was accused of possessing methamphetamine and one or more syringes intended for use with methamphetamine on May 23. Hieb had previous convictions of similar charges in 2015.
Clark sentenced Hieb to five years in the North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation with four years and 329 days suspended and credit for 36 days served.
Hieb was placed on 18 months supervised probation and ordered to pay a $400 criminal administration fee, $100 defense/ facility administration fee, $35 indigent defense application fee and $25 victim-witness fee.
Shane Alan Dockter, 43, Stutsman County Correctional Center, pleaded guilty to theft of property, terrorizing and felonious restraint, Class C felonies, and unauthorized use of a vehicle and carrying a concealed firearm or Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation with credit for 352 days served on each felony and 360 days in the North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation with credit for 352 days served on each misdemeanor. The sentences are to be served concurrently.
Blumer placed Dockter on two years supervised probation and ordered him not to have contact with the victims of the crimes. weapon, Class A misdemeanors.
Dockter was accused of taking a firearm from its owner, threatening to commit a crime of violence against another individual, restraining another person under terrorizing circumstances, operating another person’s vehicle when the defendant knew he didn’t have the consent of the owner and having a pistol in his pants at the Stutsman County Correctional Center on Feb. 9.
Judge Mark Blumer sentenced Dockter to two years in the North