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Police Blotter: Old St. Joseph’s building vandalized

Eleven windows were reported smashed at the old CHI St. Joseph's Health facility, causing around $2,000. There are no suspects. An individual reported Tuesday night that his wallet had been stolen at Wal-Mart. A $228.99 charge later come up on th...

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Eleven windows were reported smashed at the old CHI St. Joseph’s Health facility, causing around $2,000. There are no suspects.

  • An individual reported Tuesday night that his wallet had been stolen at Wal-Mart. A $228.99 charge later come up on the man’s credit card. There are no suspects.
  • The Southwest Grain Agronomy reported Tuesday that five gallons of fuel had been siphoned out of one of their small-engine machines. There are no suspects.
  • The Stark County State’s Attorney forwarded a case Tuesday concerning a resident who is believed to be writing bad checks. The Dickinson Police Department forwarded the case back to the state’s attorney for consideration of charges.
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