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If the case was dismissed, then you were not evicted and you're allowed on the premises any time. The landlord has no right to stop you from entering, and police should not do anything to help him. A landlord may ONLY evict a tenant with a court order.
You could try calling the police yourself and asking for a "civil standby" meaning that an officer would go with you to the property and help you get your things (or require the landlord to let you back in). But if the landlord locked you out without a court order, you could sue him for the costs of having to stay somewhere else over the weekend.