Weather Forecast


Police Blotter: Dickinson woman arrested for hitting boyfriend’s mother in head with pipe

A Dickinson woman was arrested for aggravated assault early Tuesday morning after attacking her boyfriend’s mother.

Chelsey Harms, 20, hit the unnamed victim in the head with a metal pipe during an altercation on the 800 block of Meadows Drive. The two were apparently in an argument, Dickinson Police Capt. Dave Wilkie said.

The mother was taken to St. Joseph’s Hospital with lacerations to her head.

Harms was taken into custody.

Terrorizing charges reduced to disorderly conduct for Dickinson State student The Dickinson State University student initially charged with terrorizing for some alleged threats toward school faculty was sentenced Monday of the lesser charge of disorderly conduct.

Kylee O’Dea submitted her plea last week after state attorney Tom Henning moved to amend the charge from terrorizing, a Class C felony, to disorderly conduct, a Class B misdemeanor, according to court documents. Judge William Herauf signed off on the plea.

O’Dea signed a plea stating she has “a verbal altercation with a DSU instructor” on May 13.

She was ordered to pay $250 in fees and sentenced to six months of probation.