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Police Blotter: 2 teenagers caught running naked through field

Two 15-year-old boys are being referred to juvenile court after they were caught running nude through a field southeast of Dickinson around the 10700 block of 39th Street South on at about 7:45 a.m. Wednesday morning.

Two 15-year-old boys are being referred to juvenile court after they were caught running nude through a field southeast of Dickinson around the 10700 block of 39th Street South on at about 7:45 a.m. Wednesday morning.
The Stark County Sheriff’s Office picked up the two boys. Major Fern Moser said, according to the incident report, “they decided they had nothing better to do but run across a field naked.”
Moser said there are no charges listed, but that the boys had been referred to juvenile court for review.
Man found with self-inflicted gunshot wound
Police responded to an ambulance request on the 800 block of Pheasant Run Avenue at about 7:09 p.m. Thursday after a 38-year-old Dickinson man was found in a residence with what appeared to be self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Dickinson Police Sgt. Dave Wallace said the incident remains under investigation, and said he did not have updated information regarding whether or not the man was alive.
Police don’t release information about incident at West Ridge apartments 
Dickinson Police did not release information about an incident that occurred at the West Ridge Apartments on the 1400 block of Roughrider Boulevard at about 7:16 p.m. Thursday.
Police detectives are working with the state Bureau of Criminal Investigation on the case, which remains under investigation.
Mini-bike, tent stolen from residence
Police are investigating the alleged theft of a 49cc “pocket rocket” mini-bike and a tent from a residence at the 1100 Wahl Street, Wallace said.
No further details were available.

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