Police Blotter: String of vandalism and property damage likely related, authorities say
Officers are investigating a string of vandalism over the weekend that hit the downtown Dickinson area.
Woody’s Grain and Feed, the Family Dollar Store and Furniture City along Villard are among the businesses whose property was tagged with graffiti. The incidents are likely related.
“There are definitely some similar details in each of them,” Dickinson Police Sgt. Kylan Klauzer said. “We do believe they are related at this time.”
Property was also damaged on Ninth Ave. W just south of Villard and at 3rd Ave W and Villard.
Klauzer said related strings of vandalism like this are “not uncommon.”
There are no main suspects.
Domestic violence incident ends in arrest
A Dickinson man was arrested Friday evening for his involvement in a domestic violence incident.
Officers received a report of domestic violence at the 1200 block of 25th Ave. E around 8 p.m. Upon arriving, they interviewed a male and a female who said they were in a relationship, and arrested Robert Waugh, 38. Waugh was transported to the Southwest Multi-County Correction Center.
Two men arrested for disorderly conduct charges at Liquid Assets
Officers doing extra patrol around Liquid Assets early Sunday morning around closing time arrested a man for urinating in public and disorderly conduct.
James Helm, 28, of Dickinson, was relieving himself outside the establishment when officers made contact, said Dickinson Police Sgt. Kylan Klauzer. Helm became uncooperative with officers, resulting in the disorderly conduct charge.
A Gladstone man was also arrested for disorderly conduct and tumultuous acts after “displaying some disorderly behavior” toward another patron at the bar, Klauzer said.
Kyle Bugni, 23, ignored officers and continued on with his behavior, at which point he was arrested. He was taken to the Southwest Multi-County Correction Center.
Several teens arrested on minor in consumption charges Sunday
Officers broke up a house party on the 500 block of Second Ave East around 2 a.m. Sunday after receiving a call about a suspicious vehicle outside the residence.
Several minors were arrested on consumption charges, including Dayton Borsheim, 18; Jory Gottfredson, 19; Kevin Breen, 18; and Ashley Wanner, 18, all of Dickinson. The rest of the arrests were juveniles.