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Blotter: Dickinson man arrested for theft

o A 41-year-old Dickinson man was arrested for Class C felony unlawful entry into a motor vehicle, Class C felony theft and Class A misdemeanor criminal mischief on the 500 block of 23rd Street West on Thursday.

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• A 41-year-old Dickinson man was arrested for Class C felony unlawful entry into a motor vehicle, Class C felony theft and Class A misdemeanor criminal mischief on the 500 block of 23rd Street West on Thursday.

• Bikes and some clothing items were reported missing from a residence on the 100 block of Third Avenue Southeast on Thursday afternoon. There are no suspects.

• A person allegedly stole a recliner from a garage on the 1500 block of Villard Street West on Thursday evening. There are no suspects.

• A Dickinson woman was arrested for driving under the influence near the corner of 10th Avenue East and 14th Street on Friday.

• Two irrigation boxes and an electric box were allegedly broken at Memorial Park on Sunday. There are no suspects.

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• The bathrooms at Rocky Butte Park were allegedly spray-painted on Monday. There are no suspects.

• A flatbed trailer was reported missing from in front of a residence on the 900 block of Pleasant Lane on Monday. The man believed the trailer has been missing for a quite some time. There are no suspects.

• A 45-year-old Dickinson man was arrested for simple assault-domestic violence on the 1000 block of Wahl Street on Monday.

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