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Police Blotter: Traffic stop leads to drug arrest

Traffic stop leads to arrest on multiple charges A Dickinson woman was arrested on multiple drug charges Monday night in Dickinson during a traffic stop. Holly Capobianco, 35, was picked up on the 200 block of 10th Avenue East for possession of a...

Traffic stop leads to arrest on multiple charges

A Dickinson woman was arrested on multiple drug charges Monday night in Dickinson during a traffic stop.

Holly Capobianco, 35, was picked up on the 200 block of 10th Avenue East for possession of a controlled substance and possession of marijuana with intent to deliver, both felony charges, and misdemeanor charges of driving under suspension, driving without proof of liability insurance, possession of marijuana and meth paraphernalia.

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  •  A woman notified police Monday morning of a case of identity theft, in which a PayPal account had been opened in her deceased husband’s name. The account has since been closed.
  •  Police are investigating a claim that an individual tried to purchase a pet online, but never received it. Officers have been in contact with a law enforcement agency in Texas, where the receiving party was reportedly based.
  • Police are investigating a report that a subject intentionally violated a restraining order at Runnings, which was reported around 1 p.m. Monday. The matter has been forwarded to the city attorney for consideration of charges.
  • A 26-inch Mongoose bicycle was reported missing from the yard of a residence on the 1700 Prairie Avenue around 1:50 p.m. Monday. There are no suspects.
  • Stark County Sheriff’s deputies were called to a residence on the 3800 block of 109th Avenue Southwest on Friday morning, where an individual claimed that 200 gallons of fuel, valued just below $540, was siphoned from his semi truck sometime before he returned from an out-of-state trip in November. He considered his three roommates as suspects. The matter is under investigation.
  •  Deputies cited a Dickinson man and woman, both 29, for criminal trespass after they were reported driving a truck on private property on the 10000 block of 43rd Street Southwest around 9 a.m. Saturday, which the individuals said they failed to notice was marked as such. The man was additionally cited for driving without proof of liability insurance.
  • A 62-year-old Dickinson man was arrested on an outstanding Stark County warrant Saturday around 6:30 p.m. on the 100 block of Second Avenue East.
  •  Deputies pulled over a 26-year-old Dickinson man for failure of a vehicle signal on the corner of Main Avenue and Broadway Street around 2:30 a.m. Sunday. Upon suspicion, they performed a sobriety test on the driver, which he failed. The man was arrested for driving under the influence.
  •  Around 120 heads of cattle escaped from an enclosure on the 10000 block of Highway 10 near Gladstone around 4:40 a.m. Monday, one of which was hit by a driver and caused minor damages to the vehicle. Maj. Ray Kaylor of the Stark County Sheriff’s Office said fog was likely a contributing factor to the accident. He did not think the cow was killed.
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