Police Blotter: No ‘foul play’ in man’s death at local motel
Officers say the death of a man found at the Oasis Motel in Dickinson on Thursday is not suspicious.
Officers had not been specifically looking for them, Dickinson Police Sgt. Kylan Klauzer said.
The two were at the hotel with Dena Koester, of Amarillo, Texas, when Mercier called police to report that Winfree was unresponsive.
Autopsy reports are pending, but Klauzer said officers don’t believe there was any sort of foul play.
While responding to the call, officers found Koester in possession of marijuana. She was arrested and faces charges of possession of an unlawful substance. A Bismarck penitentiary warrant was served on Mercier.
Moorhead man responsible for string of thefts arrested
Officers arrested a man after witnesses saw him steal a woman’s purse from her car at the T-Rex Conoco Thursday morning.
The woman had stepped away from her vehicle when it was at a gas pump. When she returned, her purse was missing. Witnesses said Timothy Flick of Moorhead, Minn., took the purse from the vehicle and drove off.
One of the witnesses followed Flick and took down his driver’s license, which led officers to locate the vehicle near the 1700 block of the east Interstate 94 Business Loop.
Flick, 30, had the purse in his possession, as well as a number of other stolen items from as far away as Fargo. All of the thefts are believed to have occurred earlier on the day of the incident, Dickinson Police Sgt. Kylan Klauzer said.
Flick was arrested and charged with unlawful entry in a motor vehicle and theft of property.
Warrant served on suspicious man near Trinity West
A municipal warrant was served on a Dickinson man late Thursday.
Officers responded to a call of a suspicious vehicle spotted near Trinity Elementary West School. They identified the driver as Christian Mason, 20, who had a $500 warrant out for his arrest for failure to comply.
Felony charges for woman arrested near Lincoln Elementary
A Spokane, Wyo., woman was arrested on a Class AA felony charge and two misdemeanor charges after an incident near Lincoln Elementary School Tuesday.
Jacqueline Williamson, 29, is charged with delivery of a controlled substance (methamphetamines), carrying a concealed firearm and tampering with physical evidence, according to a Stark County court document.
Her first hearing will be in August. The investigation has been handed over to the Bureau of Criminal Investigation in Bismarck, Dickinson Police officers said.