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Police Blotter: Dickinson woman arrested on 3 charges, 6 warrants during traffic stop

A 42-year-old Dickinson woman was arrested by Dickinson Police on three charges and six outstanding Stark County warrants during a traffic stop at 3:35 p.m. Monday on the 700 block of 10th Avenue East.

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A 42-year-old Dickinson woman was arrested by Dickinson Police on three charges and six outstanding Stark County warrants during a traffic stop at 3:35 p.m. Monday on the 700 block of 10th Avenue East.

The woman was arrested for possession of a controlled substance -- though the police report did not specify the substance -- driving under suspension and refusal to submit to chemical test.

Her warrants were all related to incidents involving controlled substances and probation violations.

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  • A Dickinson man reported Monday that his 2008 Yahama motor scooter was missing from where it was being kept in a field by Jerome’s Distributing off 22nd Avenue East sometime this month. Police found no cameras in that area, and have no suspects.
  • A Dickinson man reported Monday that $4,500 had been taken from his savings account sometime within the past week. He said the money had been transferred to another account, but he didn’t know the name on that account. Police are investigating.
  • A patron of Family Dollar on Villard Street West reported around 4 p.m. Monday that his wallet had been stolen while he was in the store. The wallet was later found outside of the building, but $300 was missing out of it. There are no suspects. About four hours later, a cellphone valued at $300 was reported missing from the Family Dollar.
  • A 26-year-old Dickinson man was arrested Monday on four outstanding warrants during a traffic stop on the 100 block of Second Street East. The man had warrants in Morton County, Fargo and West Fargo.
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