Police Blotter: Dickinson woman sends police on a chase through town
A 23-year-old Dickinson woman was arrested on multiple charges after she sent Dickinson police on a chase through town on Friday afternoon. Stephanie Heinle was arrested for Class C felonies reckless endangerment and fleeing and eluding officers,...
A 23-year-old Dickinson woman was arrested on multiple charges after she sent Dickinson police on a chase through town on Friday afternoon.
Stephanie Heinle was arrested for Class C felonies reckless endangerment and fleeing and eluding officers, as well as Class B misdemeanors leaving the scene of an accident, driving under suspension and criminal trespassing after trying to ditch officers throughout town.
A Dickinson resident had reported someone driving a purple car had hit their vehicle and then took off in the vehicle without stopping around 4 p.m. Heinle had refused to stop for an officer and drove down West Villard Street at high rate of speed. She was then located near Shinagle Drive and Baker Avenue, where she again began to accelerate.
Later, around 7:30 p.m. that day, a man reported that someone had been driving erratically and at a high speed through the Sakura parking lot. Eventually, Heinle was stopped on the 300 block of Second Avenue East. Officers reported she was talking to herself and was rather fidgety, but it is not known if she was under the influence of anything.
Dickinson man arrested for drugs
Hunter Hoff, 18, of Dickinson, was arrested for possession of marijuana and methamphetamine as well as possession of marijuana paraphernalia after officers stopped him in the parking lot of the T-Rex Plaza on Thursday evening. Hoff also had three warrants out for his arrest.
- A Dickinson resident reported that someone had stolen an Xbox, a couple of cellphones and some beer from their home on the 600 block of Fourth Avenue Southwest on Thursday. There is one suspect.
- A 37-year-old Bismarck man was arrested for disorderly conduct, alarming acts after police received reports of a man trying to stop cars along 10th Avenue East on Thursday afternoon. When police arrived they discovered he was also high on methamphetamine.
- A Dickinson man reported that someone had stolen his laptop computer, valued between $250 and $300, on Sunday. There are no suspects.