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2 Dickinson men arrested for storage unit thefts

Two Dickinson men have been arrested in connection to a rash of storage unit burglaries that have been reported across the city since November, according to a statement by the Dickinson Police Department.

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Bryce Reisenauer

Two Dickinson men have been arrested in connection to a rash of storage unit burglaries that have been reported across the city since November, according to a statement by the Dickinson Police Department.

Bryce Charles Reisenauer, 22, and Jesse Michael Hecker, 24, made appearances in court on Friday and Monday, respectively, for their alleged involvement in the crimes. Both were charged with burglary, theft of property and dealing in stolen property.

In addition, four search warrants for the recovery of some of the stolen property and to secure evidence of the crimes yielded more than $10,000 worth of stolen property.

Dickinson Police’s investigation into the storage unit burglaries is ongoing. The department stated it has identified other suspects in this case.

The Criminal Investigation Unit of the police department is continuing to interview suspects, witnesses and victims involved in the burglaries. Several more interviews need to be conducted, and more property owners still need to file reports of missing items, the department stated. Additional search warrants may be needed to recover missing property.

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The police department received reports of more than 50 storage units being broken into during the month of November.

The investigation is a joint effort between all divisions of the Dickinson Police Department, the Stark County Sheriff’s Office, North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation, Southwest Narcotics Task Force, North Dakota Department of Parole and Probation, and other law enforcement agencies in North and South Dakota.


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Jesse Hecker

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