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Police Blotter: Man arrested for terrorizing following altercation

Police Blotter: Man arrested for terrorizing following altercation

Dickinson North Dakota 1815 1st Street West 58602

Police arrested Dickinson resident Douglas Rustan, 54, for resisting arrest and the Class C felony of terrorizing after they responded to an altercation around 12:10 a.m. Sunday on the 1400 block of Marilyn Way.

Woman allegedly strikes another, charged with DUI

A 24-year-old Dickinson woman was charged with driving under the influence following an incident where she allegedly struck a 54-year-old woman with her hand around 11:10 p.m. Saturday on the 1100 block of Third Avenue West.

The younger woman proceeded to drive off in a vehicle that was pulled out for her nearby before police pulled her over.

The alleged assault has been referred to the city attorney for consideration of charges.

Bicyclist struck by vehicle

A 31-year-old Dickinson man on a bicycle was taken to CHI St. Joseph’s Health for non-life-threatening injuries after a pickup truck struck him around 11 a.m. Monday on the 1200 block of Third Avenue West.

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Vehicle vandalized

Police are investigating an incident where a vehicle was dealt about $1,500 in damage sometime before 2:20 a.m. Sunday on the 100 block of Seventh Avenue West.

The vehicle had its tire slashed and its windshield smashed, as well as its exterior keyed. There are no suspects.

Communications boxes damaged by ORV

An unknown off-road vehicle damaged a couple of cable boxes owned by Consolidated Telecom and Midcontinent Communications on the 4800 block of Second Street Southwest in Dickinson sometime before 9:15 a.m. Monday.

There are no suspects. No report was made of the damage value.

Grass fire sparked in Gladstone

The Gladstone Fire Department responded to a grass fire reportedly started by a spark from a locomotive around 5:50 p.m. Monday on the 3600 block of 98th Street Southwest near Gladstone.

The fire consumed about 1 acre of grass.

Car wash garbage can reportedly stolen

Officers received a report of a garbage can stolen from the Four Seasons Car Wash around 2:20 p.m. Saturday. The officers spoke to a suspect, who agreed to return the object with no further action taken.

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Theft reported at Runnings

Police were notified of a theft totalling $28.47 in merchandise from Runnings around 5 p.m. Saturday. A suspect was identified via security footage. The case is being referred to the city attorney for charges.

Intoxicated man reportedly throws keys at workers

Officers responded to a call of an intoxicated 46-year-old Dickinson man harassing employees at Cellular Communications on the 400 block of 21st Street West around 5:40 p.m. The man allegedly threw a set of keys at the employees during the incident.

The case has been forwarded to the city attorney for consideration of charges, and Cellular Communications has since trespassed the man from the premises.

Electronics stolen from West River

A cellphone, a Nintendo 3DS and a video game totalling nearly $1,000 in value were reported stolen from a locker at the West River Community Center around 8 p.m. Saturday. The matter is under investigation by Dickinson Police, with no suspects.

Police investigating possible online dog scam

An individual reported Sunday that he had tried to purchase a dog online for $500. However, he said he never received the dog after the transaction.

Man reportedly throws merchandise at Holiday Express clerk

Police are investigating a reported incident where a subject threw merchandise at a clerk of the Holiday Express convenience store on the 200 block of Museum Drive West around 10:20 p.m. Sunday.

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Andrew Wernette

The Dickinson Press

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