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Police Blotter: High-risk sex offender moves to Dickinson

High-risk sex offender moves to Dickinson [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_large","fid":"2520855","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"360","title":"","width":"480"}}]] A lifetime registration high-risk sex offender has relo...

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High-risk sex offender moves to Dickinson
A lifetime registration high-risk sex offender has relocated to Dickinson, according to the Dickinson Police Department. Cory Paxton Harmon, 36, is 5-foot-4, 220 pounds with red hair and hazel eyes. He lives at 354 Fourth St. SW and is considered a high-risk level offender. In November 2011, he was sentenced to five years in prison for possession of material and luring a juvenile female by a computer. He served about 3 1/2 years of that sentence before being released in September 2015. He has completed parole. Harmon is not wanted by police and has served his court sentence. Dickinson woman finds out her vehicle is stolen A Dickinson woman reported to police on Tuesday that she believed a 2000 Chevrolet Prizm she purchased for $600 out of Ascension Parish, La., had been stolen. Dickinson Police confirmed that through a vehicle identification number check, impounded the car and opened an investigation while forwarding the information to Louisiana authorities. Spray paint vandalism was reported at a city-owned structure at the Gress Softball Complex on Tuesday morning. The paint is estimated to have caused $400 worth of damage. A 29-year-old Dickinson woman was cited for criminal mischief Tuesday after a May 7 incident at the Esquire Club in downtown Dickinson where she allegedly kicked a man’s vehicle. A 26-year-old Dickinson man was arrested for driving under suspension and providing false information to a law enforcement officer during a traffic stop along the 600 block of 23rd Street West on Tuesday. A Dickinson woman reported to police that two of her vehicle’s tires had been slashed sometime overnight, causing $300 in damage. There are no suspects. High-risk sex offender moves to Dickinson
A lifetime registration high-risk sex offender has relocated to Dickinson, according to the Dickinson Police Department.Cory Paxton Harmon, 36, is 5-foot-4, 220 pounds with red hair and hazel eyes. He lives at 354 Fourth St. SW and is considered a high-risk level offender. In November 2011, he was sentenced to five years in prison for possession of material and luring a juvenile female by a computer. He served about 3 1/2 years of that sentence before being released in September 2015. He has completed parole.Harmon is not wanted by police and has served his court sentence.Dickinson woman finds out her vehicle is stolenA Dickinson woman reported to police on Tuesday that she believed a 2000 Chevrolet Prizmshe purchased for $600 out of Ascension Parish, La., had been stolen. Dickinson Police confirmed that through a vehicle identification number check, impounded the car and opened an investigation while forwarding the information to Louisiana authorities.Spray paint vandalism was reported at a city-owned structure at the Gress Softball Complex on Tuesday morning. The paint is estimated to have caused $400 worth of damage.A 29-year-old Dickinson woman was cited for criminal mischief Tuesday after a May 7 incident at the Esquire Club in downtown Dickinson where she allegedly kicked a man’s vehicle.A 26-year-old Dickinson man was arrested for driving under suspension and providing false information to a law enforcement officer during a traffic stop along the 600 block of 23rd Street West on Tuesday.A Dickinson woman reported to police that two of her vehicle’s tires had been slashed sometime overnight, causing $300 in damage. There are no suspects.

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