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Police Blotter: Police searching for car stolen during ‘test drive’

Dickinson Police are trying to locate a car stolen four months ago after a suspect took it for a prolonged test drive. The owner of the 2004 Cadillac Escalade told police Monday he was trying to sell the car when another man asked to test drive i...

Dickinson Police are trying to locate a car stolen four months ago after a suspect took it for a prolonged test drive.
The owner of the 2004 Cadillac Escalade told police Monday he was trying to sell the car when another man asked to test drive it and never returned. The alleged thief is believed to be in Denver, but made threats to the owner if he ever came to retrieve the car.
Officers are still working on obtaining more information about the individual who has the vehicle.
Man arrested after causing chaos at Walmart in Dickinson
A Dickinson man was arrested early Tuesday morning on multiple charges after he created a havoc in Walmart.
Andrew Rice, 27, “appeared to be intoxicated” when he began tearing merchandise off the shelves at the store and yelling expletives at employees, Dickinson Police Detective Terry Oestreich said.
“He was causing chaos in the store,” he said.
Rice tried to run out of the store with roughly $80 worth of retail, but police stopped him. He resisted officers’ attempts to place cuffs. Officers found an illegal spring-assisted knife in his possession.
Rice was arrested for disorderly conduct, carrying a concealed weapon, resisting an officer and retail theft. He was taken into custody on a $1,100 bond.

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