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Police Blotter: Woman breaks window at the AmericInn

Employees at the AmericInn reported a broken window early Monday morning to Dickinson police. The damage is estimated to be around $500. The case is being forwarded to the city attorney's office for possible charges against a 28-year-old Dickinso...

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  • Employees at the AmericInn reported a broken window early Monday morning to Dickinson police. The damage is estimated to be around $500. The case is being forwarded to the city attorney’s office for possible charges against a 28-year-old Dickinson woman for criminal mischief.
  • Employees at the Cenex on Museum Drive reported Monday that a gas pump had been spray painted. The spray paint washed off, but video camera footage may be used to identify possible suspects.
  • A Dickinson woman reported that several gold and silver coins were missing from her home. The woman doesn’t believe there were any burglaries or break-ins at her home. The case is still under investigation.
  • A Dickinson resident reported a broken window, valuing $500, on their 2002 GMC Yukon. It is unclear how the window was broken, but a small rock was found in the back on the vehicle. Police believe it is possible that the rock was thrown from a lawn mower.  
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