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8 arrested in sex offender sweep

During a periodical scan to ensure compliance in sex offender paperwork, Dickinson Police discovered and pursued a number of individuals who had failed to submit what was adequate.

During a periodical scan to ensure compliance in sex offender paperwork, Dickinson Police discovered and pursued a number of individuals who had failed to submit what was adequate.

Officers arrested Dickinson residents Daniel Ballesteros, 35, Justin Hess, 34, Lauren Ross, 56, Robert DeLoach, 51, Shane Balliet, 27, Edward Featherstone, 46, David Fugere, 57, and Michael Gant, 60. All were taken into custody and await formal charges.

Flat-bed trailer stolen

An individual reported a missing 26-foot 2005 Load Max flat top fifth-wheel trailer valued at $10,000 from Dakota Supply Group Thursday morning. There are no suspects.

  • A 57-year-old Dickinson woman reported to police Thursday that she had experienced unwanted touching from a male subject, whom police are working to identify. The matter is under investigation.
  • A 38-year-old Dickinson woman was arrested on a city warrant for failure to appear around 10:50 Thursday on the 800 block of Southview Avenue
  • A 23-year-old Dickinson woman filed a sexual assault report to police Thursday afternoon. A 23-year-old Dickinson man also claimed the same that evening in an unrelated case. Officers have identified suspects in both cases and both are under investigation.
  • A traffic stop yielded the arrest of a 24-year-old Dickinson man on two outstanding Stark County warrants and one city warrant, as well as that of a 25-year-old Dickinson woman on two Stark County warrants, on the 2100 of 30th Avenue West around 1:15 p.m. Thursday.
  • A hit-and-run with damage valued around $1,500 was reported Wednesday. There are no suspects.
  • Deputies arrested a 34-year-old Scranton woman on a Stark County warrant for issuing insufficient checks at Stark County Courthouse at 4 p.m. She later posted bail.
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