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Police Blotter: Woman arrested after fight at Bernie's Esquire

o A 33-year-old Dickinson woman was arrested around 9 p.m. Thursday outside of Bernie's Esquire Club after bar workers asked police to trespass her from the building. The "highly intoxicated" woman then came back in and started a fight with anoth...

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• A 33-year-old Dickinson woman was arrested around 9 p.m. Thursday outside of Bernie's Esquire Club after bar workers asked police to trespass her from the building. The "highly intoxicated" woman then came back in and started a fight with another woman, which led to her arrest for disorderly conduct, a Class B misdemeanor.

• Boespflug Trailers in Dickinson reported that a 2015 Hallmark 8½-by-20-foot trailer valued at more than $5,134 had been stolen from their lot sometime in the last six months. It is the second trailer the dealer has reported stolen in a week. Dickinson police entered the trailer's vehicle identification number in the National Crime Information Center.

• A Dickinson resident reported that sometime on either Oct. 5 or 6, $1,100 in items was stolen from their vehicle on the 500 block of Fourth Avenue Southwest. The items included an iPhone 6, binoculars and an Under Armour sweatshirt. There are no suspects.

• A 23-year-old Bismarck man was arrested around 11 p.m. Thursday for driving under the influence on the 1600 block of Third Avenue West. He was also charged with refusing to submit to a chemical test and driving under suspension.

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