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Blotter: Two pit bikes allegedly stolen

o A 24-year-old Dickinson man was arrested by Dickinson police for menacing and criminal mischief, both Class A misdemeanors, after he allegedly made verbal threats against another person and destroyed furniture at a home on the 800 block of Bab ...

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• A 24-year-old Dickinson man was arrested by Dickinson police for menacing and criminal mischief, both Class A misdemeanors, after he allegedly made verbal threats against another person and destroyed furniture at a home on the 800 block of Bab Drive on Wednesday.

• A Dickinson resident reported that someone had allegedly stolen a wallet from their vehicle on the 900 block of Palomino Lane on Friday morning. The wallet was empty other than the person's social security card. There are no suspects.

• A broken window was discovered on an unknown vehicle on the 200 block of C Street on Saturday around midnight. The cause of the break is unknown and there are no suspects. The window is valued at $200.

• A 26-year-old Dickinson woman was arrested driving under the influence after allegedly being involved in a vehicle accident on the 800 block of Ninth Street East around 6 a.m. Saturday.

• A Dickinson resident reported multiple items had allegedly been taken from their vehicle on the 800 block of Southview Avenue. The person said they were missing CDs, a CD case, an MP3 player, rechargeable lights, a flashlight and approximately $20 in change. There are no suspects at this time.

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• A Dickinson resident reported that two pit bikes were allegedly stolen on Sunday. The bikes, which are the model SSR-125CC, are valued at $700 each. There are no suspects currently.

• A 20-year-old Dickinson man was arrested for simple assault-domestic violence on the 1100 block of 23rd Street West on Sunday.

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