Yankton police have identified a man found dead on Monday afternoon. David Courtney, 39, was discovered at about 2 p.m. on Monday when police responded to a report of a dead body.

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Yankton police have identified a man found dead on Monday afternoon. David Courtney, 39, was discovered at about 2 p.m. on Monday when police responded to a report of a dead body.
Two former daycare workers have been arrested on 25 counts of child abuse after they allegedly routinely harmed the young children in their care during naptime. Police began investigating 31-year-old Teresa Gallagher and 22-year-old Kenedi Wendt in February after a parent called with allegations their toddler was being abused at Little Blessings Daycare
Sioux Falls Fire Rescue battled a fire at a vacant apartment building near 7th Street and Blauvelt Avenue Saturday evening. Someone driving in the neighborhood called to report the fire around 9:15 Saturday night.
Four people injured in what police say appears to be a random shooting in downtown Rapid City are expected to survive. Authorities say three people were shot when a man fired multiple shots into a vehicle about 10 p.m. Wednesday, and a fourth person was injured when the vehicle crashed in a ditch.
The suspect in a downtown shooting Wednesday evening has been arrested on charges including attempted murder, police said on social media this morning
Rapid City Police Chief describes scene of late night shooting. One person is under arrest at this time, facing multiple charges, including attempted murder. Four people taken to the hospital for injuries
A Pierre man is jailed after police say he stole a pickup truck full of newspapers and led officers on a high-speed chase west of Fort Pierre. Pierre Police Chief Jason Jones says the newspaper carrier had just begun delivering 246 papers shortly before 2:30 a.m. Monday when his truck was stolen.
A Georgia man arrested at the 2016 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally after an undercover sex trafficking operation was sentenced to prison last week. Marshall Brown, 27, of Gordon, Georgia, formerly of the Ellsworth Air Force Base, was sentenced on March 9 to eight years in prison, with five years of supervised release, according to a release from U.S. Attorney Ronald Parsons. Brown was also ordered to pay $100 to the Federal Victim Crimes Fund.
A Montana man faces felony drug charges in South Dakota after allegedly being caught with 20 pounds of marijuana during a traffic stop. The Daily Republic reports that 33-year-old Scott Whitmore, of Belgrade, Montana, was stopped March 15 for following another vehicle too closely on Interstate 90 in Brule County.
Crash at Russell and Westport
A Watertown, South Dakota man has been sentenced to 40 years in prison for fatally shooting a young neighbor last June following a dispute. Thirty-one-year-old Alexis Javier Velazquez-Sanchez earlier pleaded guilty to first-degree manslaughter in the death of Jayden Harley. The teen had graduated from high school earlier in the day and police say the defendant and victim argued over noise
Law enforcement responded to Pizza Hut in Box Elder regarding an unidentified male threatening to bomb the business and Douglas High School. Box Elder Police, Pennington County Sheriff and Ellsworth Explosive Detection Dog Team inspected all buildings. No evidence of credible threat.
Crews still battling fire at 215 12th Ave. S.E. Fire is gone from the roof, crews to take aerial approach. AberdeenScanner
Mystic Fire is planning on burning machine and hand piles off the 150/Norseman Road today, 3/15/18, as conditions permit.
Authorities have identified the three people killed in a weekend crash south of Parkston. Zachary Johnson, 16, Daniel Johnson, 49, and Tina Johnson, 48, were all killed on Saturday morning after a crash with a semi truck. They are from Tyndall.
Woman pulled into a store parking lot near Sycamore Avenue and East Arrowhead Parkway and was robbed at knifepoint. Suspect grabbed her purse and took off running, he was described as a black man with a thin build and short hair.
Three people died in a two-vehicle crash south of Parkston. A car was northbound on South Dakota Highway 37 when the driver lost control on the ice-covered road. The vehicle went across the center line and collided with a southbound semi truck.
No one was hurt when a school bus struck a vehicle east of Aberdeen. Highway Patrol spokesman Tony Mangan tells the American News that all 11 children on the bus escaped injury in the crash about 4 p.m. Thursday.
One person died and three others were injured in a crash near Humboldt Thursday. Law enforcement responded to the area of Highway 42 and 454th Avenue around 5:30 p.m. for a serious crash involving three vehicles, said public spokesman for the Highway Patrol Tony Mangan.
An Eagle Butte woman has pleaded not guilty to embezzling from a tribal business on the Cheyenne River Indian Reservation.
Shooting in Box Elder. At 5:30 pm, March 7, the Box Elder Police and Pennington County Sheriff responded to a report of a shooting at an apartment complex at 308 Parker Drive in Box Elder. There is no public safety threat. We are conducting a joint investigation into the shooting.
A 31-year-old man is facing multiple charges after police say assaulted an officer while being arrested for burglary
No word on injuries or the cause of the accident
A Sioux Falls man was indicted on burglary and theft charges last week after his most recent accused burglary led police to an unsolved one from 2016. Alexander Kpayah Vorjolo, 20, was indicted by a Minnehaha County grand jury last week on three separate cases. He faces multiple charges of burglary, grand theft and identity theft after court documents say he entered at least two homes, taking two purses full of cash and cards and driving off with a new vehicle in 2016
Structure fire at a home in the Silver Glen trailer park in NW Sioux Falls. Crews have extinguished the fire and no one was home/harmed. Cause of the fire is still unknown. A neighbor did say the residents were fairly new to area
A South Dakota House panel has advanced a bill that would impose harsher penalties for methamphetamine dealing and manufacturing. The House Judiciary Committee voted 12-1 Wednesday to pass the bill to the chamber's floor. Attorney General Marty Jackley's bill would make distribution and manufacturing a more serious felony with a maximum penalty of 15 years in prison and a $30,000 fine, up from 10 years imprisonment and a fine of $20,000.
Authorities say no one was seriously hurt after a three-vehicle crash resulted in a semi truck lodged into the side of a business in northern Sioux Falls. The accident happened around 7:45 a.m. Monday near the intersection of Cliff Avenue and North 54th Street.
Car crash at 60th Street North and Marion Road.
Vehicle fire near 18th Street and Southeastern Avenue.
A Kyle man has been sentenced to two years in federal prison for stabbing a boy after ingesting methamphetamine
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