Blotter: Dickinson woman arrested on multiple simple assault-related charges
o A man reported that approximately $3,500 worth of tools were stolen from a storage unit near Prairie Hills Mall on Friday. He said he has been gone since September 2016, but came back to find the lock cut and items missing. He has no idea when ...
• A man reported that approximately $3,500 worth of tools were stolen from a storage unit near Prairie Hills Mall on Friday. He said he has been gone since September 2016, but came back to find the lock cut and items missing. He has no idea when the theft occurred. There are no suspects.
• A 24-year-old Dickinson woman was arrested for disorderly conduct after she was allegedly screaming and yelling at neighbors outside of her residence on the 11th Avenue West on Friday.
• A 20-year-old Dickinson woman was arrested for minor in consumption, resisting an officer, simple assault domestic violence, simple assault on a police officer and simple assault on an emergency room worker on Friday evening. The woman allegedly attacked her boyfriend and then fought police while she was being arrested. She also hit an ER worker at the hospital.
• A 26-year-old Dickinson man was arrested for theft of property and interfering with a 911 call after a woman called 911 screaming at Perkins around 1 a.m. Saturday. The man allegedly hung up her phone while she was on the call. He also allegedly did not pay for his meal at the restaurant, police said.
• A 23-year-old Dickinson man was arrested for aggravated assault after he struck a man with a bottle while at Army's West just after midnight on Sunday. He also had two warrants out for his arrest, one in Dickinson and the other in Stark County.
• A Dickinson resident reported that someone had allegedly shot his garage with an arrow on the 600 block of 27th Street West on Sunday afternoon. There are no suspects.
• A Dickinson man reported that his gun was missing from his vehicle on the 1500 block of Abraham Parkway on Sunday evening. He did not have the serial number for the Beretta 92 handgun.
• A Kulm, N.D. man was found safe in Dickinson on Monday evening, 24 hours after he was last seen. The elderly man was in the parking lot of CHI St. Alexius and said he was waiting for his wife. However, she was still in LaMoure County. The man has Alzheimer's and had been taking his dog for a walk. He got into his van and drove away and then was not seen after that.