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Police Blotter: Woman claiming gang affiliation arrested for terrorizing Dickinson police

[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_large","fid":"2700137","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"480","title":"","typeof":"foaf:Image","width":"337"}}]]A 24-year-old Bakersfield, Calif., woman claiming a gang affiliation was arr...

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A 24-year-old Bakersfield, Calif., woman claiming a gang affiliation was arrested for terrorizing Dickinson police officers during a traffic stop Friday afternoon. Chrysenthia Jackson made numerous racist and threatening comments toward the officers while claiming affiliation with the Country Boy Crips, a California-based gang known to have associations in Dickinson. Terrorizing is a Class C felony.   Man standing outside LEC with handgun detained and released A 38-year-old Dickinson man was temporarily detained by police early Monday morning after standing outside the city's Law Enforcement Center building with a handgun. Police took the man to the ground at gunpoint, handcuffed him and later released him after deciding he was not a danger to himself or others, and confirming he had a conceal-carry license. Police said the man admitted to having mental issues in their discussions with him, and had intended to file a report about another person at the LEC-which houses the Dickinson Adult Detention Center and the Stark County Sheriff's Office.   Phoenix man arrested on multiple charges A 27-year-old Phoenix man was arrested around 1 a.m. Sunday during a traffic stop on the 1300 block of 13th Street West on multiple misdemeanor charges. Officers were called after John Edward Leach was seen driving extremely slow down a street in a pickup truck with multiple vehicles behind him. He suddenly stopped the vehicle and then took off at a high speed, and ultimately crashed into a fire hydrant on the 1500 block of 12th Street West. He was arrested for refusing to submit to a chemical test, fleeing and eluding a police officer, and carrying a handgun other than permitted by law-all of which are Class A misdemeanors-as well as duty on striking fixed property, a Class B misdemeanor, and having an outstanding Bismarck city warrant for fleeing police. A 32-year-old Dickinson man was arrested for possession of methamphetamine on the 600 block of 27th Street West around 1 p.m. Saturday. Police cannot release the name of the man because the case is under investigation. Two Dickinson teenagers, ages 13 and 17, were caught trying to shoplift $72 worth of merchandise from Walmart around 12:30 p.m. Friday. Both were released to their parents. A 28-year-old Weiser, Idaho, man was arrested for two out-of-state warrants during a traffic stop Friday morning on the 400 block of 14th Street East. A 26-year-old Colorado City, Ariz., man was arrested by police for driving under suspension during a traffic stop on the 300 block of 15th Street West at about 10:40 a.m. Friday. A 41-year-old Dickinson man was arrested for domestic violence simple assault, a Class B misdemeanor, on the 60 block of 11th Avenue West around 2:30 a.m. Saturday after punching a family member in the face. A 45-year-old Dickinson man was trespassed from the Prairie Hills Mall by police on Saturday morning, a day after being trespassed by management. An 83-year-old rural Dickinson man was injured Saturday afternoon after a wind gust threw a piece of plywood he was carrying on the front of the four-wheeler he was driving and knocked him off the ATV, causing him to be injured. Stark County Sheriff's deputies were called to CHI St. Alexius Health Dickinson around 5 p.m. to file an accident report, and said the man had injured ribs. Sheriff's deputies were called to the Trapper's Kettle in Belfield around 9:15 a.m. Sunday to confront two women from Montana who had been parked in the restaurant's parking lot for five days and had plugged a cord into the building to use its electricity. A deputy worked out an arrangement where the women paid the Trapper's Kettle for the use of the electricity. They then left the area. A person who recently moved to Dickinson from Virginia reported to police Sunday afternoon that both of their Virginia license plates on their car had been stolen at the Ramada Grand Dakota Hotel. The missing plates were filed in the National Crime Information Center database.
A 24-year-old Bakersfield, Calif., woman claiming a gang affiliation was arrested for terrorizing Dickinson police officers during a traffic stop Friday afternoon.Chrysenthia Jackson made numerous racist and threatening comments toward the officers while claiming affiliation with the Country Boy Crips, a California-based gang known to have associations in Dickinson. Terrorizing is a Class C felony. Man standing outside LEC with handgun detained and releasedA 38-year-old Dickinson man was temporarily detained by police early Monday morning after standing outside the city's Law Enforcement Center building with a handgun.Police took the man to the ground at gunpoint, handcuffed him and later released him after deciding he was not a danger to himself or others, and confirming he had a conceal-carry license.Police said the man admitted to having mental issues in their discussions with him, and had intended to file a report about another person at the LEC-which houses the Dickinson Adult Detention Center and the Stark County Sheriff's Office. Phoenix man arrested on multiple chargesA 27-year-old Phoenix man was arrested around 1 a.m. Sunday during a traffic stop on the 1300 block of 13th Street West on multiple misdemeanor charges.Officers were called after John Edward Leach was seen driving extremely slow down a street in a pickup truck with multiple vehicles behind him. He suddenly stopped the vehicle and then took off at a high speed, and ultimately crashed into a fire hydrant on the 1500 block of 12th Street West.He was arrested for refusing to submit to a chemical test, fleeing and eluding a police officer, and carrying a handgun other than permitted by law-all of which are Class A misdemeanors-as well as duty on striking fixed property, a Class B misdemeanor, and having an outstanding Bismarck city warrant for fleeing police.A 32-year-old Dickinson man was arrested for possession of methamphetamine on the 600 block of 27th Street West around 1 p.m. Saturday. Police cannot release the name of the man because the case is under investigation.Two Dickinson teenagers, ages 13 and 17, were caught trying to shoplift $72 worth of merchandise from Walmart around 12:30 p.m. Friday. Both were released to their parents.A 28-year-old Weiser, Idaho, man was arrested for two out-of-state warrants during a traffic stop Friday morning on the 400 block of 14th Street East.A 26-year-old Colorado City, Ariz., man was arrested by police for driving under suspension during a traffic stop on the 300 block of 15th Street West at about 10:40 a.m. Friday.A 41-year-old Dickinson man was arrested for domestic violence simple assault, a Class B misdemeanor, on the 60 block of 11th Avenue West around 2:30 a.m. Saturday after punching a family member in the face.A 45-year-old Dickinson man was trespassed from the Prairie Hills Mall by police on Saturday morning, a day after being trespassed by management.An 83-year-old rural Dickinson man was injured Saturday afternoon after a wind gust threw a piece of plywood he was carrying on the front of the four-wheeler he was driving and knocked him off the ATV, causing him to be injured. Stark County Sheriff's deputies were called to CHI St. Alexius Health Dickinson around 5 p.m. to file an accident report, and said the man had injured ribs.Sheriff's deputies were called to the Trapper's Kettle in Belfield around 9:15 a.m. Sunday to confront two women from Montana who had been parked in the restaurant's parking lot for five days and had plugged a cord into the building to use its electricity. A deputy worked out an arrangement where the women paid the Trapper's Kettle for the use of the electricity. They then left the area.A person who recently moved to Dickinson from Virginia reported to police Sunday afternoon that both of their Virginia license plates on their car had been stolen at the Ramada Grand Dakota Hotel. The missing plates were filed in the National Crime Information Center database.

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