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Blotter: Dickinson resident has trombone, collection of 50 quarters allegedly stolen from home

o A man reported to the Stark County Sheriff's Department that someone had allegedly keyed their vehicle near the Sitting Bull Bar in Taylor on Saturday. Police will be looking at surveillance footage of the alleged incident.

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• A man reported to the Stark County Sheriff's Department that someone had allegedly keyed their vehicle near the Sitting Bull Bar in Taylor on Saturday. Police will be looking at surveillance footage of the alleged incident.

• A Dickinson resident reported to Dickinson police that someone appeared to have broken into their house on the 60 block of 11th Avenue West on Tuesday. Items missing included a shadow box, a trombone and a collection of 50 quarters among other items. The case remains under investigation.

• A 25-year-old Dickinson man was arrested for retail theft and deactivation of theft detection device after he allegedly stole a pair of wireless headphones valued at $94.88 from Walmart on Wednesday afternoon.

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