Fowler Charged With Possession Of Drugs
Dale Robert Fowler is facing two counts including the felony charge of criminal possession of dangerous drugs.
He also has been charged with criminal possession of drug paraphernalia, a misdemeanor.
If convicted of the possession charge, maximum penalties are five years in the state prison and a fine of $5,000.
Fowler is scheduled to appear in district court on Dec. 13.
According to court documents, law enforcement made a home visit/search at Fowler’s residence in Wolf Point on Nov. 2. Fowler is on probation for possession of meth.
During the course of the search, two used meth pipes and a small Ziploc baggie with white residue were found on a small stand near the foot of a bed. The stand also included several personal items belonging to Fowler.
Items found later during the search included: four hypodermic syringes; two spoons with scorch marks, white residue and used bits of cotton; a digital scale with crystalline residue on it; a glass “bubbler” smoking device with white residue inside the glass; a clear glass blank; 12 cut off straws; a black zippered case containing one used meth pipe, four small baggies and a cut off straw and a small cardboard box containing eight new meth pipes that were identical to the two used pipes found on the stand.