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Police Blotter: Costly burglary theft from garage reported

A man reported Friday morning from the 1100 block of Donna Lane that he discovered footprints leading away from his garage door, which had been opened. A propane heater, a fuel meter and a Snap-On tool were all reported missing, with a combined v...

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A man reported Friday morning from the 1100 block of Donna Lane that he discovered footprints leading away from his garage door, which had been opened. A propane heater, a fuel meter and a Snap-On tool were all reported missing, with a combined value of around $4,600. There are no suspects.

Vehicles reported vandalised, one stolen

A woman called police Monday to report that one vehicle in her driveway had suffered $500 in damage from vandalism, while another one had been stolen. The stolen vehicle was later discovered near Patterson Lake and had been vandalized extensively, causing at least $2,500 in damage. The case has been forwarded to the police department’s investigations unit.

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  • Police are investigating a reported theft of suspected employees stealing medication from a business on the 1900 block of First Street West.
  • A vehicle in a driveway on the 1000 block of Fourth Avenue East was reported Friday afternoon to have its mirrors and window broken out, costing around $500 in damage. There are no suspects.
  • A 41-year-old Dickinson man was thrown out of the Paragon on Friday evening for attempting to start a fight. Officers later found him walking down a street with an open container of alcohol, for which he was cited. Police were called again later when the same man was booted from Liquid Assets.
  • A woman gave up a bottle of lotion worth $17.97 that she was trying to shoplift in her purse from Wal-Mart on Friday evening when security approached her, and she was reportedly let go. The incident has been forwarded to the city attorney for consideration of charges.
  • A 24-year-old Dickinson man was arrested on a Stark County warrant for driving under suspension during a traffic stop on the 1000 block of 10th Avenue East around 8:30 p.m. Friday.
  • CHI St. Joseph’s Health reported Friday night that it had received a girl who had reportedly been bitten by her own dog.
  • Police were called to the report of a son claiming that his father had beat him up Friday night at the 500 block of Eighth Avenue Southwest, where they found the caller with a bloody lip. The father said his son, who was intoxicated, had tried to swing at his mother when he stepped in, and officers noted that the son kept changing his story of events. The officers told the son he could file a report when he was sober.
  • A 21-year-old Dickinson man was arrested for driving under the influence on the 10 block of Sixth Avenue West around 1:20 a.m. Saturday.
  • Police received a report early Friday morning that a pickup truck had likely swung into a driveway on the 700 block of First Avenue East, striking a house in the process. It then reportedly sideswiped another pickup truck parked in the driveway as it pulled out and left. Around $10,000 in damage is reported on the house, and about $6,000 for the pickup.
  • Police received a report of an intoxicated man who tried to enter a locked vehicle being used to deliver newspapers on the 1000 block of North Drive early Saturday morning. The matter has been forwarded to the city attorney for consideration of charges.
  • A chain-link fence was reported to have been struck by a vehicle Saturday morning on the 600 block of First Avenue Southwest. Capt. Dave Wilkie of the Dickinson Police Department said it looked like the vehicle had lost control before going into the fence.
  • A Chevrolet Avalanche pickup truck with North Dakota plates was reported stolen from a residence at the Sierra Ridge apartment complex Saturday morning. The owner reported that he was in possession of the keys to the vehicle, and he confirmed that it was not towed. There are no suspects.
  • A 34-year-old Dickinson man was arrested on a warrant around 2:20 p.m. Saturday on the 300 block of Belmont Street, and he was later served a Stark County warrant for a parole violation.
  • Police arrested a 32-year-old Dickinson man for simple assault on the 1200 block of Mike Street around 2:40 p.m. Saturday.
  • A man reportedly caused around $1,000 in damage to a woman’s vehicle and attacked her on the 200 block of Sixth Avenue West on Saturday evening. The incident was forwarded to the state’s attorney for consideration of charges.
  • A 28-year-old Texas man was arrested on a Stark County warrant at Taco Bell around 5:50 p.m. Saturday.
  • A man reported Saturday evening that he had invited in two other men to his home before they proceeded to assault him and drove away. There are suspects, and police are investigating the incident.
  • A 17-year-old boy was cited for holding too loud of a party around 11:15 p.m. Saturday on the 3200 block of 12th Avenue West.
  • A 34-year-old Dickinson man was arrested for disorderly conduct following a fight at the Spur Bar around 1 a.m. Sunday.
  • A vehicle on the 200 block of F Street was reported to have a window shot out by a BB gun Sunday afternoon, causing around $150 in damage. There are no suspects.
  • A mailbox was reported struck and broken Saturday on the 10000 block of 50K Street by Lefor, resulting in $150 in damage. There are no suspects.
  • An 18-year-old man and a 15-year-old girl were both cited for minor in consumption on the 100 block of Palm Beach Road outside of Dickinson around 8:40 p.m. Saturday.
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