Police Blotter: Safe stolen from Dickinson State University student center
A 22-year-old Dickinson woman was arrested by Dickinson police for driving under the influence on the 600 block of Villard Street West around 1 a.m. Thursday.
- A 22-year-old Dickinson woman was arrested by Dickinson police for driving under the influence on the 600 block of Villard Street West around 1 a.m. Thursday.
- A safe containing stamps, keys, credit card and an undisclosed amount of cash was stolen from the Dickinson State University student center on Thursday morning. The case is under investigation.
- A Dickinson woman reported that her Kia Optima had been stolen and then returned with damages earlier this week. The woman said she doesn’t know who took the vehicle but it was returned with damages to the front bumper as well as a shatter spot on the windshield. The damage is estimated to be more than $500.
- A Dickinson woman reported that her friend’s apartment on the 900 block of Meadows Drive Thursday afternoon, which she was keeping an eye on while the friend was out of town may have been broken into. The woman told police that she came to the apartment to find the door wide open and the kitchen window open as well. It is not known what was taken from the apartment.
- A Dickinson resident reported that $1,100 worth of tools were stolen from their garage Thursday evening. There are no suspects at this time.
- Five Dickinson juveniles were given warnings for criminal trespass on Thursday night. Police said the juveniles were walking on top of the roof at the old St. Joseph’s hospital building.
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