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Police Blotter: Man arrested for domestic violence

A Dickinson man was arrested on a domestic violence charge Thursday evening. Dickinson Police Capt. David Wilkie said two people were sitting in a vehicle at Walmart when a man grabbed the young woman he was with and attempted to choke her. There...

A Dickinson man was arrested on a domestic violence charge Thursday evening. Dickinson Police Capt. David Wilkie said two people were sitting in a vehicle at Walmart when a man grabbed the young woman he was with and attempted to choke her. There was enough evidence to make an arrest.
Vehicle causes property damage


An unidentified vehicle struck a retaining wall and tore up grass Thursday at a residence on Fifth Street West in Dickinson. An estimated $5,000 of damage was caused by the incident. Police have no suspects.
Theft reported in the Durham Apartments
A theft at the Durham Apartments in Dickinson was reported on Thursday morning. The landlord told police that items inside the building have been disappearing. The owner suspects that contractors working on the building are stealing from it. There is no list of items that have gone missing, nor has a dollar amount been assigned to the items.
Theft at Dickinson library reported


An employee at the Dickinson Area Public Library noticed something was missing on their way into work. Upon further inspection, it was found that an illuminated fountain water speaker was taken from outside of the entrance. The device is valued at $25. Police have a suspect but declined to name the person.

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