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    Dickinson man arrested for warrant, hit police officer

    By Morgan DeVries,


    DICKINSON, ND ( KXNET ) — After hitting an officer and resisting arrest, a Dickinson man has been taken into custody.

    According to the Dickinson Police Department, an officer was patrolling the 1000 block of Meadows Drive around 6:15 p.m. on April 10, when the officer came across a 64-year-old man who had an active, no-bond felony warrant.

    The officer tried to place the man into custody, however, he started to resist arrest and struck the officer in the face several times. The officer was able to gain control and place him in handcuffs.

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    The officer received minor scratches and scrapes and was able to stay on duty.

    The 64-year-old was brought to the Southwest Multi-County Correctional Center and charges have yet to be filed.

    The bench warrant comes from a Failure to Appear at a Pre-trial Conference on a Criminal Trespass charge and was issued by the Southwest Judicial District Court.


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