Charges dropped in DAPL drone stalking case

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Charges have been dropped against a man who authorities say threatened DAPL security guards with a drone.
Myron Dewey had been set for trial July 12th for a stalking charge.
Dewey was accused of using a drone to take photos of security guards faces and license plates.
A court document also said Dewey live streamed drone footage to his Facebook page.
It was believed that Dewey was attempting to harass the security guards back in early October.
Dewey is the owner of Digital Smoke Signals, a social media and drone company.

The judge in the case ruled that evidence from the drone could not be used in the case.
The state’s attorney’s office asked the court for a dismissal of the charges after the judge’s ruling.

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