Police Blotter: Juvenile girl cited for threats against her school
A 10-year-old girl was cited by police for disorderly conduct at Roosevelt Elementary on Wednesday after she made threats against the school. A Dickinson woman reported finding drug paraphernalia in her 16-year-old brother's bedroom on Wednesday ...
- A 10-year-old girl was cited by police for disorderly conduct at Roosevelt Elementary on Wednesday after she made threats against the school.
- A Dickinson woman reported finding drug paraphernalia in her 16-year-old brother’s bedroom on Wednesday morning. Police found a pipe, grinder and marijuana-like substances. The case was forwarded to juvenile court.
- Two 14-year-old boys were cited Wednesday for making threats to a juvenile female through text messages.
- Audio-visual equipment and speakers used in karaoke were reported stolen Wednesday from a storage unit on the 1800 block of Villard Street East. The property owner said the theft may have happened as far back as the fall of 2015.
- A Dickinson man reported to police that he believed a woman had stolen his pickup truck around 9 p.m. Wednesday. The vehicle was recovered in Miles City, Mont. No charges have been filed and the case remains under investigation.
- A 28-year-old Gladstone woman was arrested for driving under the influence around 11 p.m. Wednesday on 1300 block of Third Avenue West.
- A Dickinson man reported Thursday morning that his Toro lawnmower had been stolen from a residence on the 300 block of First Avenue East.
- A Dickinson man reported Thursday that an order for 1,000 T-shirts were fraudulently placed on his credit card.
- A Dickinson Postal Service worker reported being bit by a small dog around 1:30 p.m. on the 800 block of Fourth Avenue West.
- Police responded to a domestic disturbance around 3:25 p.m. Thursday on the 1300 block of Marilyn Way. A 28-year-old Dickinson man allegedly struck a 28-year-old Dickinson woman. Charges have been forwarded to the state’s attorney for consideration.
- A 37-year-old Dickinson woman reported around 5 p.m. Thursday that a 37-year-old Dickinson man had allegedly struck her during an argument and the residence on the 1200 block of 15th Street West.
Neil Joseph Pfeifer was released Friday, Feb. 3, on $5,000 cash bail.
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