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A 29 year old Minot woman is accused of trespassing at a southeast Minot trailer on Friday, giving police a stolen driver license and lying about her identity, and being in possession of a glass pipe with drug residue.
Carissa Sue Marcy was scheduled to make an initial appearance in district court in Minot on Monday. She is charged with criminal trespass, a Class C felony, theft of property lost, mislaid, or delivered by mistake, a Class C felony, possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class A misdemeanor, and false reports to law enforcement,
a Class A misdemeanor.
According to the probable cause affidavit filed with the court, a witness called the police after he saw Marcy go into a trailer at 5004 18th Avenue SE and remain there for up to 10 minutes. An officer reported that the front door of the trailer had been forced open and the place appeared to have been ransacked.
When she was stopped, Marcy allegedly gave an officer a driver license belonging to an 18 year old woman. He thought she looked older. When he asked for more information, she was not able to answer questions correctly. The owner of the license told police that the driver license had been in her wallet last September. She left the wallet on top of her car while she stopped in Jefferson Trailer Park and accidentally drove off with it still on the car. She had only driven a block before she remembered and went back to get the wallet, but the wallet had already gone missing.
Police found the wallet, along with credit cards, in Marcy possession on Friday.
Police impounded the car Marcy was driving because it had expired registration and no insurance. Marcy had claimed she purchased the vehicle, but didn provide a title. The glass pipe was found under the driver seat of the vehicle.
Marcy is also charged with stealing check blanks from a family member and cashing the forged checks at a local bank in May. The total amount stolen was $7,375.49. Marcy is charged with Class C felony forgery or counterfeiting in that case. She also made an initial appearance on that charge on Monday in district court.
In addition, Marcy was charged in district court in Minot with Class B felony possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver, a Class B felony,
in August. She is also charged with Class C felony burglary.