10 December 2023
Sioux Falls police are investigating two reports of gunshots on the northeast side of the city
SFPD units are enroute to the 900 Block of S Blaine for a report of a Native American Male with a gun tucked in his waist. Incident started at a nearby gas station
28th and Main for a report of gunshots heard in the area
300 block of North Mayflower Place for a report of gunshots with no injuries
700 block of North Wayland for a weapons violation: the reporting party reported that a male subject pointed a shotgun at the reporting party's son. Units are on scene investigating at this time
One man is behind bars as police look for three others involved in an assault
Units are on scene of a minor injury accident at W 53rd St and S Ellis
Sioux Falls Police are investigating a school bus crash in the northern part of the city
3600 Block of E 6th St for a report of a confirmed structure fire, a fire crew arriving on scene advised they have black smoke coming out of an apartment building
2 month ago
Authorities in Minnehaha County are investigating a crash that left one person dead
Report of a possible structure fire in the 1400 block of W 6th St
1100 block of North Cleveland for an assault: the reporting party reported one of the subjects had a weapon but didn't use it
2 month ago
250th and 406th for a report of a possible shooting in the area. A male subject shot another male in the house. They do have one subject detained in reference to the incident
Units responded to the area of E 60th St N and N Cliff Ave for a report of a disorderly subject. The male subject took off from officers, and then became disorderly with officers and took off on foot. The subject then was hit by a vehicle. Medics requested for emergent response
Units started a pursuit near I29 and Maple, after pursuing the suspect through the Westside of Sioux Falls, they were able to take the suspect into custody after a short foot pursuit, near W 43rd and S Cathy Ave
To the strong armed robbery at 14th and Minnesota Avenue: Units have a possible suspect who matched the description in custody in the 600 block of South Main Avenue just North of the railroad tracks
1000 block of South Sherman Avenue for a possible structure fire
Brandon Fire is on scene investigating a full assignment call at 3012 East Aspen Blvd in Brandon. There is no fire, but they're investigating the systems at this time
3000 block of S Glendale Ave for a report of a possible structure fire in the basement
800 block of North Irene Place for a fight disturbance: 5 people are actively fighting
700 block of North Duluth Avenue for a family dispute/fight disturbance/assault: multiple reporting parties are reporting a male and female are actively fighting, and the male is hitting the female in the street
Multiple calls coming in around 33rd and Grange Avenue for reports of gunshots, fireworks, and noise disturbances. Don't worry, it's nothing but Augustana Homecoming celebration
Police in Tea and Sioux Falls had to investigate separate incidents that impacted local schools Tuesday morning
SFFR is on scene of a possible structure fire in the 100 block of N Euclid Ave. First arriving officer advising they have a fire. However, upon investigation with the fire department, they found burnt food
Report of a robbery/stabbing that occurred at 26th and Holly Ave. A male subject pulled a knife on a female and took her money
2400 block of W Russell St, at Arena Motel, for a report of a stabbing. A male subject was stabbed in the butt cheek
The Sioux Falls Police Department is asking for the public's help in finding an endangered runaway. 12-year-old Stormy Borth was last seen Tuesday in the area of 4800 Holbrook Avenue in Sioux Falls
One person died early this morning in a two-vehicle crash in Rapid City
To the gunshots call in The Diner and parking garage area: Units on scene have canvassed the whole parking garage and have found 1 shell casing so far on the 2nd floor
Multiple gunshots downtown in The Diner and the parking garage behind it area: we're hearing of the possibility of 3 victims at this time