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Police Blotter: Man found dead at Queen City Motel

A 50-year-old man was found dead Wednesday morning at the Queen City Motel in Dickinson, the city's Police Capt. David Wilkie said Thursday. The man's address was listed as the motel. Wilkie said there doesn't appear to be foul play involved, tho...

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A 50-year-old man was found dead Wednesday morning at the Queen City Motel in Dickinson, the city’s Police Capt. David Wilkie said Thursday.
The man’s address was listed as the motel. Wilkie said there doesn’t appear to be foul play involved, though the cause of death is under investigation.
2 juveniles cited in separate alcohol incidents


Dickinson police said two juveniles were cited in separate alcohol incidents Wednesday morning.
A teen was cited for minor in consumption on Dickinson High School grounds at about 10 a.m. Twenty minutes later, police were called to Hagen Junior High, where a minor was found to be in possession of alcohol and was cited for minor in possession.
Laptops, printer stolen in Richardton


RICHARDTON - Three laptop notebooks and a printer have been taken from a business in Richardton.
The missing items, which are estimated at about $4,000, were reported to the Stark County Sheriff’s Office Tuesday morning. No suspects have been apprehended in the incident.
Belfield Police find meth at residence


BELFIELD - Belfield police have arrested two adults for possessing methamphetamine.
A search warrant for narcotics was executed on Thursday at the residence on the 200 block of 6th St. NE. Methamphetamine was found and the unnamed adults, one female and the other male, were taken into custody.
The suspects were then booked into the Stark County Law Enforcement Center. The Belfield Police Department was assisted by the South West Tactical Team, Stark County Sheriff Department, and the South West Narcotics Task Force.
Belfield Police Chief Nicky Barnhard said the public was not in danger.

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