Police Blotter: Mystery graffiti vandals strike again
Several more instances of graffiti and vandalism were reported Thursday, with businesses all throughout Dickinson hit by the familiar tags.
Kings Plaza and Chad Automotive Clinic, Napa Auto Parts and Allan’s Decorating were among the identified properties damaged in the latest string.
Dickinson Police Detective Terry Oestreich said it is believed the incidents are related to the rash of vandalism that began last weekend.
Man arrested for violating no-contact order
Officers arrested a Dickinson man Thursday after he violated a restraining order issued against him in March.
William Anthony Paul, 51, was charged with contacting his estranged wife, breaking a no-contact order, Dickinson Police Detective Terry Oestreich said.
Paul was taken to the Southwest Multi-County Correction Facility, where he will be brought before a judge for a bond hearing.
Burleigh County warrant served on Dickinson man
A domestic violence call ended in an arrest on unrelated charges late Thursday night.
Officers responded to a call about a verbal domestic dispute at the 100 block of Sixth Avenue East, where they arrested Sergio Ramon Mendoza, of Dickinson, on a Burleigh County warrant.
It was not reported what the warrant was for. Mendoza, 34, was taken into custody, but could bond out and avoid being taken in by Burleigh County, Dickinson Police Detective Terry Oestreich said.