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Hearings Take Place In District Court

District Judge David J. Cybulski presided over several hearings in Wolf Point on Wednesday, Jan. 10.

Weldon Drew changed his plea to guilty for the charge of criminal possession of fentanyl.

He admitted that he was arrested on Sept. 21 and that law enforcement found a residue of fentanyl in a tin foil.

Maximum penalties for the offense is five years in jail, a $5,000 fine or both.

Cybulski ordered a pre-sentence investigation.

Wyatt Blaine Bergie denied four charges in a petition to revoke hearing. The charges included having a blood alcohol content, open container violation and being terminated by a drug treatment court.

Bergie originally received a deferred imposition of sentence for the charge of aggravated assault.

Maximum penalties are 20 years in prison, a $50,000 fine or both.

A hearing was scheduled for Jan. 23.

Gy Salvevold received a deferred imposition of six years for five counts of violation of an order of protection. The sentences are to run concurrently.

Defense attorney Steven L. Thuesen noted that Salvevold has completed an intensive treatment program.

“You have completed some good steps to correct your problems, carry on,” Cybulski said.

An arraignment hearing for Parker Lee Gray Hawk was scheduled, but she was unable to attend because she is currently incarcerated in tribal jail.

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