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Police Blotter: Man arrested for brandishing handgun

Richard Cullett Jr., 57, of Dickinson, was arrested for terrorizing, a Class C felony, at about 1 a.m. Wednesday outside of the Southside Saloon on East Broadway. He had been brandishing a handgun.

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Richard Cullett Jr., 57, of Dickinson, was arrested for terrorizing, a Class C felony, at about 1 a.m. Wednesday outside of the Southside Saloon on East Broadway. He had been brandishing a handgun.

  • The Red Roof Inn in north Dickinson reported Wednesday that a guest had charged $2,435 in lodgings on a credit card between February and May, and when the hotel went to charge his credit card for payment, it was declined.
  • A Dickinson man reported Wednesday that a table saw had been taken out of his pickup bed on the 600 block of Third Avenue East.
  • An employee of Nalco Construction on the 60 block of 40th Street West reported to police that around 8:20 p.m. Wednesday that an unidentified man had come into a building demanding money. When the employee gave the man loose change, he left without incident. No weapons were used and no threats were made.
  • A Dickinson man on the 1500 block of Abraham Parkway reported that multiple vehicle parts and $500 in cash were stolen from his residence. The parts included four 17-inch bronze rims, a 6-inch lift kit and two aftermarket headlights, as well as two orbital sanders.
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