Police Blotter: Individual sought after fleeing from stolen vehicle
The Dickinson Police Department is looking for an individual who fled from a stolen vehicle during a traffic stop either Saturday night or early Sunday morning in south Dickinson. The person was last seen with blue jeans, a long-sleeved sky blue ...
- The Dickinson Police Department is looking for an individual who fled from a stolen vehicle during a traffic stop either Saturday night or early Sunday morning in south Dickinson. The person was last seen with blue jeans, a long-sleeved sky blue shirt, brown shoes and shoulder-length brown hair, and may have also been involved in an attempted home invasion. The department urges anyone with information to contact them at 701-456-7759.
- Stark County Sheriff’s deputies assisted the North Dakota Highway Patrol by arresting a 22-year-old Taylor man for driving under the influence, failure to give immediate notice after an accident and possession of an open container in a vehicle after he reportedly made his way eastbound onto the westbound lane of Interstate 94 from Exit 73 near Taylor, struck a guardrail, went across the median to the westbound lane and then crashed into a utility pole on the side around 8 p.m. Friday.
- A grain elevator in Gladstone reported Sunday afternoon that it had been burglarized, with $200 in damage done to windows that had been broken. Nothing appeared to be missing, and there are no suspects.
- V Deputies were alerted Sunday afternoon to 2.8 grams of marijuana that was found taped to a sculpture at the Geese in Flight Enchanted Highway sculpture by Exit 72 off of I-94.
- V A brush fire was reported near the corner of 80th Avenue Southwest and Highway 10 near Richardton on Sunday afternoon. Hebron Fire Department responded.
Note: The Dickinson Police Department did not respond to calls Monday for details regarding its weekend reports.
Neil Joseph Pfeifer was released Friday, Feb. 3, on $5,000 cash bail.
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