A Bismarck man has pleaded not guilty to felony charges stemming from a July incident in which police say they found five types of illegal drugs in his possession after executing a search warrant.
Eduardo Rivera entered his pleas Monday to five charges of possession with intent to manufacture or deliver the drugs, according to the Burleigh County clerk of court's office. South Central District Judge Daniel Borgen scheduled a two-day trial beginning Oct. 28.
Rivera had dealer amounts of the drugs, which included methamphetamine, heroin, fentanyl, cocaine and hundreds of oxycodone pills, according to an affidavit. He also had "a large amount" of money, the document alleges
Three of the felony charges against Rivera carry possible 20-year prison sentences.
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