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- A 44-year-old Arizona man was put in detox Wednesday morning after a driver refused to let him on the bus, Dickinson Police Detective Terry Oestreich said. Monte Begaye spent 12 hours at the jail and was released.

- A 44-year-old Arizona man was put in detox Wednesday morning after a driver refused to let him on the bus, Dickinson Police Detective Terry Oestreich said. Monte Begaye spent 12 hours at the jail and was released.
- A woman acting strangely in a vehicle on Wednesday morning led to two arrests - one for driving under the influence of stimulants, the other for possession of methamphetamine, Oestreich said. Police pulled over Sabrina Eades, 19, of Dickinson, who was arrested for DUI. Further investigation led them to a hotel room at the Super 8, where Kristin Anton, 32, of Dickinson, was arrested for possession.
- A Dickinson man forgot to clean out his car before taking it to the Walmart automotive service center Wednesday afternoon, which led employees to find a bag of marijuana in the car, Oestreich said. Andrew Gonsorowski, 34, of Dickinson, was arrested for possession and paraphernalia.
- Police received a report of domestic violence early Thursday morning at a west Dickinson address. Upon arrival they heard Trevor Mcgaha, 28, Dickinson, talking about getting a gun, Oestreich said. Because of the comments made in the officer’s presence, Mcgaha was arrested for terrorizing.

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