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Rash of weekend vandalism is reported

The Dickinson Police Department reported Monday that several vehicles and one building in Dickinson were vandalized between this past Saturday and Monday.

The Dickinson Police Department reported Monday that several vehicles and one building in Dickinson were vandalized between this past Saturday and Monday.

Dickinson's Tammy Wilson reported on Sunday that she found her vehicle at about 8 a.m. with an offensive word spray painted on the driver's side door with black paint. The car was parked at Wilson's residence on Third Street East.

The last time Wilson saw her vehicle before it was vandalized was at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday.

Candice Chamberlain reported she found her vehicle vandalized on Sunday as well. She called authorities at about 10:25 a.m.

According to the report, her vehicle which was at her residence on B Street, had black paint on the driver's side, windshield, front bumper and right headlight.

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Officer Kylan Klauzer of the Dickinson Police Department was driving past Trinity High School at about 12:30 p.m. on Sunday and noticed the building had been vandalized.

The report stated Klauzer found offensive words written on several areas of the building in black spray paint. He found paint on the southeast and northeast corners of the school, as well as on the north side of the gymnasium.

The west side of the school had "DHS" spray painted on it.

Jan Ficek reported on Sunday afternoon that her parents' vehicle on Eighth Avenue West had been spray painted.

According to the report, black spray paint covered the entire driver's side of the vehicle, causing an estimated $500 in damage.

Tom and Bridget Glaser own the vehicle Ficek reported, but they were out of town at the time of the vandalism.

Gary Zimmerman found his vehicle, which was on Second Street East, vandalized Monday at about 5:15 a.m.

According to the report, there was a black stripe painted on the side of his vehicle.

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Zimmerman said the vandalism occurred sometime after 9:30 p.m. on Sunday.

Layne Kittelson also reportedly found his vehicle vandalized on Monday.

According to the report, Kittelson's vehicle, which was on Seventh Street Southeast, had the word "sucks" spray painted on the driver's side of the vehicle.

Kittelson said the last time he had seen his vehicle before it was vandalized was around 7 p.m. on Sunday.

Sharon Dube reported her vehicle was vandalized on Meadows Drive. She called authorities at about 7:25 a.m. on Monday.

According to the report, she found a line of black spray paint on the driver's side door of her vehicle.

Dickinson's Big K Industries reported Monday that significant damage had been done to one of its semi-trailers.

According to the police report, the trailer had been parked behind Family Dollar on Villard Street. The side of the trailer had words and shapes written in orange, red, black and green spray paint.

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The police department also received two calls from individuals whose vehicles were damaged without the use of spray paint.

Joy Knote reported on Monday there was damage to the side of her car on Second Avenue East.

According to the report, Knote's vehicle was dented and scratched by what appeared to be a glass bottle. Knote said the vandalism occurred sometime between 8 p.m. on Sunday and 8 a.m. on Monday.

Randy Quarne of Dickinson's T-Rex Conoco reported at about 8:10 a.m. on Monday a customer's vehicle had been vandalized.

According to the police report, Quarne found the vehicle, which belongs to Miles Heth, parked in the T-Rex parking lot with the passenger side window shattered.

A broom was found near the vehicle and may have been used to break the window.

According to Sgt. Parke Little, there are no suspects in connection with any of these reports of vandalism.

Little added he believes the incidents involving spray paint are connected. There is currently no evidence linking the incidents involving Heth and Knote's vehicles, which did not have spray paint on them, to the incidents which did involve spray paint, Little said.

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