Police Blotter: Man drinking alcohol inside Cash-Wise says he didn't know he couldn't drink there
An employee of Whiting Petroleum Corporation reported to Dickinson police on Friday evening that someone had super glued dimes onto the locks of his Chevy truck causing $120 worth of damage. The man believes it may have been a co-worker trying to...
- An employee of Whiting Petroleum Corporation reported to Dickinson police on Friday evening that someone had super glued dimes onto the locks of his Chevy truck causing $120 worth of damage. The man believes it may have been a co-worker trying to play a prank on him.
- A woman reported that her Chevy Equinox had been keyed in the parking lot of the West River Community Center on Friday night. The woman said her car had been keyed before, but it was unclear what damage was new.
- A 21-year-old Dickinson woman was arrested for fleeing and driving under suspension Friday evening on the 10 block of Main Street South. , both are Class B misdemeanors.
- A 35-year-old Dickinson man was arrested for simple assault domestic violence after pushing his girlfriend around Saturday morning on the 2500 block of Sixth Avenue West.
- A 36-year-old Dickinson man was arrested on a Stark County warrant failure to appear on back finds on Saturday afternoon on the 100 block of A Avenue East. He was also charged with possession of a controlled substance methamphetamine.
- A Dickinson resident reported that two windows had been broken on a parked school bus on Saturday afternoon on the 1400 block of Mike Street. The cost to replace the windows is $1,000.
- A 25-year-old Swainsboro, Ga. man was cited for retail theft after attempting to steal $21 worth of items from Walmart Saturday. The man also had two Bismarck warrants out for possession of marijuana and failure to appear on an order to show cause.
- Police received reports of a 53-year-old Dickinson man was intoxicated and drinking alcohol inside of Cash-Wise on Saturday evening. When officers spoke to the man he said he didn’t know he wasn’t allowed to drink inside a grocery store.
- A 23-year-old Casper, Wyo., man was arrested for criminal mischief and disorderly conduct after striking several vehicles with beer bottles outside of the Esquire club around 1 a.m. Sunday. He caused $250 worth of damage to two separate vehicles.
- A 50-year-old Dickinson woman was cited for driving under the influence on Hollywood Boulevard around 1 a.m. Sunday.
- A 40-year-old Dickinson man was arrested for aggravated assault domestic violence on Monday afternoon on the 600 block of First Avenue West after he choked his neighbor and then went on to refuse to do as officers told him. It was reported that he kicked at the officers and struck one of the officers that responded several times with his legs. He also spit at the officers.
- Menard’s employees reported that two males and one female walked into the store and stole approximately $70 worth of items on Monday afternoon. Video footage is being reviewed to try and identify the suspects.
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