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Dickinson man arrested for assaulting 4 others with firearm

A Dickinson man who allegedly assaulted four people with a firearm was arrested Saturday evening on felony charges. Jeffrey Reynolds, 27, has been charged with aggravated assault and terrorizing, both Class C felonies, after allegedly using a fir...

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Jeffrey Reynolds

 

A Dickinson man who allegedly assaulted four people with a firearm was arrested Saturday evening on felony charges.

Jeffrey Reynolds, 27, has been charged with aggravated assault and terrorizing, both Class C felonies, after allegedly using a firearm to cause blunt force trauma to the heads and facial areas of four victims during an altercation on the 300 block of Fourth Avenue Southwest, according to a Dickinson Police Department statement.

Police were called to the scene around 6:15 p.m. Saturday. Reynolds fled on foot after the alleged assault, but the Southwest Tactical Team located him a short time later at his residence on the 300 block of Third Avenue Southwest, where he was then taken into custody.

The victims were a 20-year-old Dickinson woman, a 43-year-old Dickinson woman, a 45-year-old Dickinson man and a 66-year-old Hebron man. Police did not release the names of the victims.

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Reynolds was accompanied by a 35-year-old Dickinson woman during the time of the assault, according to the statement. No charges have been filed against her.

The victims all had varying degrees of injuries to their heads and faces, according to the statement. Three of four were transported to the CHI St. Alexius Health emergency room by the Dickinson Ambulance Service. Another refused treatment.

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