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Dickinson Man Charged With Manslaughter

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Dickinson Man Charged With Manslaughter

By Sydney Mook
The Dickinson Press

A 20-year-old Dickinson man has been charged with manslaughter after he allegedly shot another man, who later died, with a handgun early Saturday morning, according to Dickinson police.

Boyd Stroh, 20 of Dickinson, was arrested on Saturday morning after he allegedly shot Tanner Carrico, 21 of Dickinson, in the abdomen at close range on the 1700 block of Abraham Parkway in east Dickinson around 1:30 a.m. Saturday, according to a press release.

Carrico was brought to the emergency room of CHI St. Alexius hospital by a friend. He died a short time later and was pronounced dead at the hospital.

The subsequent investigation by the Dickinson Police Department revealed that Carrico was “socializing” with Stroh and other acquaintances when “Carrico was negligently shot by Stroh.”

A search warrant was obtained for the residence and police found and seized a large caliber revolver that they believed was used during the shooting.

Stroh was taken into custody later Saturday morning and was charged with Class B felony manslaughter.

Stroh made his initial appearance in Southwest District Court on Monday afternoon. Southwest District Judge Rhonda Ehlis set his bond at $15,000.

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