A man from Jamestown, North Dakota, is facing a Class A felony after he called 911 to report a large sum of money and marijuana were stolen from his residence. Tyler Dallmann, 31, was charged on Wednesday with possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, a Class A felony, in Southeast District Court.
He was also charged with criminal attempt to tamper with physical evidence and possession of drug paraphernalia marijuana, Class A misdemeanors, and possession of drug paraphernalia marijuana, a Class B misdemeanor. Dallman is free on bond.
According to court documents, at 2:12am on Tuesday, Dallmann called Stutsman County Communications to report his residence had been burgled.
When police officers arrived on the scene, Dallmann allegedly said someone broke the window in the back door of his residence and stole $30,000 in cash and about a pound of marijuana.
While officers spoke with Dallmann, other officers returned to the Stutsman County Law Enforcement Center to obtain a search warrant for Dallman’s residence, car and any outbuildings on the property.
After the search warrant was obtained, a search was conducted of the property. Marijuana was allegedly found in the house and a backpack containing $12,000 was found in a car belonging to Dallmann.
The maximum penalty for a Class A felony is 20 years in prison and a $20,000 fine. The maximum penalty for a Class A misdemeanor is one year in prison and a $3,000 fine. The maximum penalty for a Class B misdemeanor is 30 days in jail and a $1,500 fine.