Wolf Point Brothers Face Drug Charges
Brothers Donald Lee Fowler and Dale Robert Fowler are each facing the charges of criminal possession of dangerous drugs and criminal possession of drug paraphernalia.
Maximum penalties for criminal possession of dangerous drugs are five years in prison, a $5,000 fine or both. Maximum penalties for criminal possession of drug paraphernalia are six months in the city jail, a $500 fine or both.
According to court records, a Fort Peck tribal officer and BIA assisted by the Montana State Probation and Parole conducted a home visit in Wolf Point on Oct. 28.
During a search of Dale Fowler’s 2007 Buick, a single individually wrapped envelope was found containing a crystal like substance. A cut straw was discovered in the back seat.
Dale Fowler tested positive for meth when a drug test was conducted.
During the search of the residence, a black scale in a backpack and a clear cut straw were discovered.
Officers found a baggie containing a crystal like residue on a dresser.
The initial appearances in district court have been scheduled for Nov. 16.