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Police Blotter: Dickinson man cited for possession of meth and brass knuckles

A 26-year-old Dickinson man was cited for possession of a controlled substance methamphetamine and carrying a concealed weapon. The items were discovered after an officer approached the suspect and his ex-girlfriend who were having an argument in...

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  •  A 26-year-old Dickinson man was cited for possession of a controlled substance methamphetamine and carrying a concealed weapon. The items were discovered after an officer approached the suspect and his ex-girlfriend who were having an argument in a car on the 10 block of Main Street on Monday afternoon. The officer was parked in a parking lot when he overheard a couple yelling at each other in a car. The man was later found with a pair of brass knuckles and a baggie of crystal substance in his pockets.
  • A Dickinson man reported that his storage unit on the 100 block of Sims Street had been broken into on Monday. Several items were reported taken from the unit including furniture, a television and an Xbox. The man hasn't provided Dickinson Police with a full list of items taken.
  • A man reported his 2010 Cadillac Escalade had been vandalized when it was parked at the Eagles club on Monday afternoon. The man said someone climbed on the hood of the car and jumped on it, leaving dents. Police estimate damage may be around $1,000.
  • A 33-year-old Dickinson man was arrested for criminal mischief after it was reported he was smashing the windows out of a vehicle at the Motel 6 in Dickinson on Monday night. Damage is estimated around $1,000.
  •  A Dickinson woman reported that someone had broken into her home on the 20 block of Main Street South on Tuesday. The woman said she left her home and returned about 11 hours later to an open window and door. She reported missing a 32-inch TV, DVD and BluRay player, personal products and food. Value is estimated around $750. Police say they do have a list of suspects.
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