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Police Blotter: Bike stolen from outside of Dickinson apartment building

A bike was stolen from the Cherry Hills Apartment complex sometime between Monday and Tuesday, according to a police report. The $100 black Hyper Spinner Pro BMX bike had been left outside the building when stolen.Child support warrant served on ...

A bike was stolen from the Cherry Hills Apartment complex sometime between Monday and Tuesday, according to a police report.
The $100 black Hyper Spinner Pro BMX bike had been left outside the building when stolen.
Child support warrant served on Dickinson man
A Dickinson man was arrested after police officers were called to respond to reports of a verbal domestic incident Tuesday morning near the 600 block of Spruce Street, according to a report.
Jared Shypkoski, 34, was arrested on a Stark County warrant for failure to pay $1,918 in child support.
$15,000 worth of property stolen from work site
Dickinson Police are searching for a 20-foot trailer that was stolen Monday evening from a site near Koch Street and Calvin Drive.
The trailer has a Minnesota license plate number 7235CVT and is worth $4,000. It was carrying two 50-foot rolls of copper wire worth a total of $10,000, and a Yamaha generator worth $1,000.
“We’re looking at $15,000 worth of stolen property,” Dickinson Police Capt. Dave Wilkie said.
The property owners said the trailer was there when they left work Monday around 9:30 p.m., but was gone when they returned the next morning.
The items have been entered into the National Crime Information Center Database. No suspects have been named.

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