Associated Press, Published February 11 2012
Trial scheduled in ND day care drug bust caseBISMARCK — Three people facing charges for allegedly dealing drugs out of a Bismarck house used as a day care have been scheduled for trial May 1.
The Bismarck Tribune reports that 27-year-old Antonio Anderson, 19-year-old Carli Jo Burghart and 19-year-old Tesa Klesalek all have pleaded not guilty to drug charges. Burghart also has pleaded not guilty to a child neglect charge.
A fourth defendant, Ashley Dwyer, pleaded guilty last month to a drug charge, was given a deferred sentence and fined $350.
Police allege that several children were present in the home when they executed a search warrant last November and found marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
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