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Police Blotter: 2 from Mandaree face drug charges after traffic stop

2 from Mandaree face drug charges after traffic stop Two people from Mandaree are facing drug charges after an Saturday morning traffic stop near O'Reilly Auto Parts on the 300 block of 18th Street West. Natasha Huntsalong, 26, and John Thomas, 3...

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2 from Mandaree face drug charges after traffic stop

Two people from Mandaree are facing drug charges after an Saturday morning traffic stop near O'Reilly Auto Parts on the 300 block of 18th Street West.

Natasha Huntsalong, 26, and John Thomas, 34, both face charges of possession of cocaine paraphernalia, a Class C felony.

Huntsalong was also charged with driving under the influence of alcohol with a minor present, a Class A misdemeanor, and driving under suspension, a Class B misdemeanor. The minor in the vehicle as a 4-year-old child, Dickinson police said.

Thomas was additionally charged with providing false information to a police officer, a Class a misdemeanor.

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Police found two pens used for snorting cocaine and a container. All the objects tested positive for cocaine residue.

 

Man says he wants to kill Dickinson police officer during arrest

A Dickinson man was arrested Sunday evening on felony terrorizing charges after allegedly twice telling a Dickinson police officer that he was going to kill her and beat her.

Robert Herrera, 59, was picked up on the 3200 block of Legend Drive around 5 p.m. and was initially arrested for driving under the influence and driving under suspension. He was charged with terrorizing after threatening the officer during the arrest.

 

Man reports theft of Harley Davidson motorcycle

A Dickinson man reported the theft of his 1995 Harley Davidson motorcycle from the 900 block of Southview Avenue on Sunday morning. The Harley has a softail frame, is black with chrome fenders and has hard saddlebags and a backrest. It has the personalized North Dakota license plate "MADNES".

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- A 18-year-old Dickinson woman was arrested for possession of a marijuana, a Class B misdemeanor and minor in possession of alcohol around midnight Friday on the 1300 block of Fairway Street.

- A 61-year-old Dickinson woman reported that her car ran over her own legs around 1 p.m. Friday on the 1000 block of First Street Southwest. She had exited her vehicle to put her dog inside and was knocked over by her car door because it was not in park. The vehicle ran over her legs as she laid on the ground. The woman was transported to CHI St. Alexius Health Dickinson, but the extent of her injuries were unknown, police say.

- A Dickinson man reported his GMC Sierra 3500 pickup truck was vandalized by keying while it was parked outside of Players Sports Bar & Grill sometime before 8 p.m. Friday. Police estimated around $2,500 in damage. No suspects.

- A Dickinson woman reported $1,500 in damages to her vehicle after a group of children threw rocks at it around 10:15 p.m. Friday on the 800 block of Third Avenue West. She pursued the kids, but could not find them and reported the incident to police.

- A 26-year-old Dickinson woman punched a 21-year-old woman in the face and pulled her hair at the Esquire Club in downtown Dickinson on a Friday night. The case has been forwarded to the city attorney for simple assault charges.

- A Dickinson man reported Saturday evening that personalized license plates had been stolen from his vehicle 300 block of Ninth Avenue East. The North Dakota plates read "DRAG94".

- A Dickinson woman reported to police Sunday that her debit card had been stolen sometime during Friday evening. An undetermined amount of fraudulent charges were made to the card.

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- A 47-year-old Dickinson man was arrested for driving under the influence on Sunday night after a call about a fight at Southview Liquors on Eighth Street Southeast.

- A 38-year-old Dickinson man was arrested Sunday night on aggravated assault charges, a Class A misdemeanor, after allegedly punching his wife in her mouth and nose, causing her to bleed. The woman, who believed her husband was under the influence of methamphetamine, was taken to CHI St. Alexius Health Dickinson for treatment.

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