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Police Blotter: Dickinson resident reports snowblower possibly stolen

o A Dickinson woman reported that someone had stolen an iPad, a set of keys and a lunch box from her vehicle on the 300 block of Ninth Avenue East on Thursday morning. It appears there was no forced entry into the vehicle. The items are valued ar...

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• A Dickinson woman reported that someone had stolen an iPad, a set of keys and a lunch box from her vehicle on the 300 block of Ninth Avenue East on Thursday morning. It appears there was no forced entry into the vehicle. The items are valued around $575.

• A Dickinson resident reported that someone had stolen $100 cash and debit cards from their vehicle on the 600 block of Ninth Avenue East around 10 a.m. Thursday. The resident was able to cancel the debit cards before they were used. There are no suspects at this time and it does not appear there was forced entry into the vehicle.

• A Dickinson resident reported that someone had stolen a snowblower from their home within the last three weeks. There are no suspects at this time

• A 45-year-old Taylor man was arrested for driving under the influence on Interstate 94 on Friday evening.

• A 42-year-old Dickinson woman was arrested for simple assault, domestic violence after allegedly striking her boyfriend on Saturday evening.

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• A 28-year-old Dickinson woman was arrested for simple assault, domestic violence on Saturday night around 11:45 p.m.

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