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- A Dickinson man was arrested for menacing after allegedly making threatening statements during a fight with his girlfriend, Dickinson Police Sgt. Kylan Klauzer said. Jeffery Wood, 25, was taken into custody Friday evening.

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- A loud party early Saturday morning netted four arrests, Klauzer said. Jeraco Willcoxon, 23, Brittany Walters, 21, and Benjamin Ferguson, 24, were arrested for disorderly conduct and loud party. Police followed a vehicle that left the west Dickinson address and Zachary Dawson, 20, was issued a minor in consumption during a traffic stop near Wendy’s.

- After allegedly making threatening comments to a woman he was previously in a relationship with, Michael Bemke, 25, Dickinson, was arrested for menacing Saturday evening, Klauzer said.

- Two men were arrested for fighting in separate incidents in the same taxi bus Saturday morning in southwest Dickinson, Klauzer said. Lloyd Farr, 50, was allegedly fighting with other riders about their contact with a female. Darren Obrigewitch, 24, was allegedly fighting with the driver over the fare.

- Two men were arrested after allegedly getting in a fight in the Taco Bell drive through late Tuesday night, Klauzer said. Timothy York, 24, Dickinson, and Richard Laws II, 34, were both in cars going through the drive-thru when they allegedly got into a physical altercation.

- Dickinson Police arrested Donald Sumpter, 30, of Dickinson, for possession of drug paraphernalia and four counts of burglary that police had been investigating, Klauzer said. There could be further charges against Sumpter.

Katherine Grandstrand
I graduated from Bemidji State University in 2007 with a bachelor's degree in mass communcations, from Columbia College Chicago in 2009 with a master's degree in journalism.  
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