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Police Blotter: Dickinson man arrested for violating restraining order

A Dickinson man was arrested Wednesday morning for violating a restraining order against him, according to a police report.

Officers were called to the 600 block of Villard Street East after David Jones, 50, allegedly called his ex-girlfriend and stood outside of her apartment yelling, “Babe!”

Jones was in violation of a no-contact order that required him to stay 300 feet away from his ex.

Teen suffers minor injuries after being hit by car

A teenager suffered minor injuries after he was struck by a car while crossing the street Thursday afternoon near the 1500 block of Third Avenue West.

The 14-year-old male was taken to a Dickinson hospital with scrapes, bruises and a possible broken thumb after a grey SUV hit him in the intersection and briefly dragged him. He had been in the island in the middle of the street with a no-crossing sign when he went to cross and was hit by the vehicle.

Teen faces multiple charges after attempted carjacking

A Dickinson teen is facing multiple felony charges after trying to carjack a woman stopped near Centennial Park on the first block of Sims Street Thursday afternoon.

Wyatt Tripp, 19, was arrested after he allegedly approached a woman’s vehicle, threw his jacket over her windshield and opened her driver door. The woman, whose grandmother and two young children were in the car, drove off unharmed. She called Dickinson Police to report the incident; officers found Tripp, matching the description the woman gave, walking up First Street.

Tripp told officers he had taken meth two hours earlier. A small bag of meth was found on his person.

He faces charges of criminal attempt for trying to carjack the vehicle; terrorizing, for putting the woman and her family in fear for their safety; reckless endangerment, for causing the woman to operate her vehicle in an unsafe manner; and possession of a controlled substance, a Class C felony.

Dickinson woman arrested for disorderly conduct

Officers arrested a Dickinson woman Thursday for alarming acts after she reportedly went door-to-door asking for a place to stay.

Priscilla Kirschke, 20, was found in a garage at a residence on the first block of Second Street Southwest. The homeowners told officers they did not know Kirschke.

She faces charges of disorderly conduct.

Man arrested for assaulting ex-girlfriend

A Dickinson man was arrested for domestic violence Thursday night after hitting his ex-girlfriend during a fight in his car near the 500 block of 12th Street West.

Chad Hassebroek, 22, hit the woman “quite a few times in the face,” Dickinson Police Capt. Dave Wilkie said. “She had marks.”

The two had apparently been in the process of breaking up. The woman did not require medical treatment.