Police Blotter: Dickinson woman arrested for resisting officers
A 29-year-old Dickinson woman was arrested for Class B misdemeanor resisting officers early Thursday morning in the 600 block of Fourth Avenue Southwest. The woman was involved in a hit and run accident earlier in the day and when officers arrive...
- A 29-year-old Dickinson woman was arrested for Class B misdemeanor resisting officers early Thursday morning in the 600 block of Fourth Avenue Southwest. The woman was involved in a hit and run accident earlier in the day and when officers arrived at the home she was in the middle of a domestic dispute with a man. The woman resisted when they tried to put her in handcuffs.
- Employees at Midas repair shop reported to Dickinson police that a Pepsi machine had been vandalised. There is an estimated $2,000 worth of damage. There are currently no suspects and the case will be followed up by the criminal investigation unit.
- A Dickinson man had reported the approximately $8,000 worth of tools had been stolen from the back of his pickup truck on Thursday morning. Items stolen included a DeWalt tile saw, multiple sanders, a polisher, a nailer, an 18-volt driver, an 18-volt impact driver, two tool boxes and a pickup tool box. There are currently no suspects and the case will be followed up by the criminal investigation unit.
- A Dickinson resident reported to Stark County Sheriff’s officers that their home in the 500 block of Palm Beach Road had been vandalised on Thursday morning. The owner of the home said two of the windows on their home had smalls holes in them and one of them had cracked as well. Estimated damage is believed to be around $1,500. There are currently no suspects.
- Employees at Budget Liquor reported that a door had been broken on Thursday. There was an estimated $600 worth of damage, but police do not believe entry was made into the store.
- Employees at KFC reported that a man tried to pay for his food with a counterfeit $100 bill on Thursday evening. When employees said they would check the bill, the man took off running. Police are waiting for video footage.
- A 15-year-old male and a 16-year-old female were cited for minor in possession of alcohol in Fisher Park on Thursday night.
- A 21-year-old Dickinson woman was arrested for simple assault domestic violence in the 2400 block of Sixth Avenue West on Friday after striking her boyfriend several times.
- A 48-year-old Dickinson man was arrested in the 300 block of Second Street West on a McKenzie County warrant for possession of marijuana paraphernalia and theft of property on Friday night.
- A 12-year-old female and a 16-year-old male were given written notices in Memorial Park early Saturday morning for curfew violations.
- Dickinson residents in the 2400 block of Sixth Avenue West reported that seven vehicles had had their windows broken and front hoods damaged on Saturday morning. Damage was estimated to total around $2,500. A copy of the case has been forwarded to the state’s attorney office for possible charges against an individual.
- A Dickinson resident reported that someone had used a BB gun to break one of their windows in the 1400 block of First Street South on Saturday night. There was an estimated $200 worth of damage and there are currently no suspects.
- A Dickinson woman reported that someone had stolen her right turn signal off of her vehicle in the 100 block of Kuchenski Drive on Sunday evening. The turn signal is estimated to be worth $150. There are currently no suspects.
Neil Joseph Pfeifer was released Friday, Feb. 3, on $5,000 cash bail.
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“We see that when things happen in the coastal areas, a few years later, they start trending toward the Midwest,” said Rep. Ben Krohmer, serving his first term in the House.