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Police Blotter: Trailer with $10,000 worth of contents reported stolen

A Dickinson man reported to police Monday morning that his 7-by-14-foot 2015 Hallmark enclosed trailer had been stolen from outside of the apartment building he lives in on the 1400 block of 14th Street West.

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A Dickinson man reported to police Monday morning that his 7-by-14-foot 2015 Hallmark enclosed trailer had been stolen from outside of the apartment building he lives in on the 1400 block of 14th Street West.

The trailer, which had a hitch lock and a paddle lock on the back door, was there on July 7 and was gone when he returned from vacation Monday. The man estimated the trailer was worth $6,000 and the contents inside were worth $10,000. No license plate was available on the trailer.

-- The Stark County Sheriff's Office is investigating an incident where an individual was seen shooting at a fencepost just outside of Dickinson city limits on the 2100 block of Eighth Street Southeast around 9:10 p.m. Friday. A nearby person reported that they heard nine gunshots and saw a white pickup truck on the road, which left after the shots were fired. Deputies found several 9 mm casings with bullet holes in the fencepost.

-- A 21-year-old Dickinson man was trespassed from the Heart River Golf Course after making threatening remarks to a staff member around 2 p.m. Sunday.

-- A driver for Dakota Taxi reported early Monday morning that his iPhone 5s was stolen out of his vehicle by a passenger sometime Sunday evening, though he couldn't be sure which passenger.

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-- A house was reportedly broken into on the 500 block of First Avenue Southeast sometime before Monday morning. The owner of a house believes the culprit to be a previous tenant as the only items missing belonged to that person, who was a previous tenant. There was an estimated $250 damage to screen door and a lock.

-- A break-in was reported at a residence on the 1000 block of Meadows Drive on Monday afternoon. There was $1,000 in damage to a window, but nothing was reported missing.

-- A Dickinson man reported to police that he was notified by the Internal Revenue Service that someone had used his Social Security Number to fraudulently file income tax returns.

-- A 19-year-old Dickinson man was arrested for simple assault domestic violence, a Class B misdemeanor, Monday afternoon on the 600 block of Park Avenue after an incident involving a woman who is pregnant with his child. The police responded to two calls at the residence Monday, with the second call resulting in the man's arrest.

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