Map. History of South Dakota conflict

20 September 2018
Sioux Falls: police are investing a robbery that occurred Saturday afternoon at a residence in the southwest area of town. Two black men and a Native American man took several items from the residence. Two of the suspects were armed with hand guns
Three people have been sentenced for their roles in a blackjack scheme that federal authorities say involved the theft of about $10,000 from a casino in the northeast region of South Dakota
10 month ago
Rapid City, South Dakota shooting at N Maple and Anamosa: no casualities
10 month ago
Spearfish, South Dakota shooting at Higgins Gulch Rd: no casualities
10 month ago
Sioux Falls: Around three dozen acres of a field near Tea are scorched in a grass fire. The Tea Fire Department says the fire got out of control around 5:30 p.m. Thursday. What fire officials believe happened was a farmer was burning some tree branches and debris in his pasture when the wind blew embers onto tall grass nearby in a marshy area near 272nd Street and 470th Avenue just east of Tea
Rapid City police are investigating the death of a pedestrian. Authorities say the 43-year-old man was struck by a pickup truck about 5 p.m. Wednesday while crossing a city avenue, outside of a crosswalk. He died later at a hospital.
Pine Ridge: A man involved in a crash that killed a Wanblee family on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation has been charged in tribal court with drunken driving.
Sioux Falls: A former employee of a school bus company serving the Sioux Falls School District has been sentenced to a year in prison for stealing more than half a million dollars from her employer.
Sioux Falls: I-229 and Louise for a medical emergency in a vehicle.
A Wagner man was arrested for allegedly punching a law enforcement officer. On Oct. 30, Russell Jandreau, 28, was charged with simple assault against a law enforcement officer. A status hearing is scheduled for Nov. 6.
A woman accused of eluding police while heading the wrong way on Interstate 90 in Pennington County will be treated for mental health issues before the case against her moves forward.
The man who authorities say was beaten by two teen girls at a Sioux Falls residence has died from his injuries. Police say the 55-year-old victim passed away at a Sioux Falls hospital Monday night.
Authorities say no one was hurt when a car crashed into a Starbucks in downtown Sioux Falls. The accident happened around 11:00 p.m. Monday at the Starbucks on 13th Street and Minnesota Avenue.
Sioux Falls: Authorities are investigating a deadly weekend shooting. It happened around 1:45 a.m. Sunday on the 1800 block of West 10th Street. According to police, officers arriving at the scene discovered a 34-year-old Sioux Falls man had been killed.
10 month ago
Sioux Falls, South Dakota shooting at 1800 block of W 10th St: 1 killed
The person who died from injuries he suffered in a crash Wednesday near Spearfish has been identified. A vehicle driven by Richard Griffith, 47, of Whitewood, hit the side of a bridge on Acorn Ridge Road east of Spearfish, according to the Department of Public Safety. The vehicle went into the ditch and rolled. He was not wearing a seat belt and was ejected from the vehicle.
Watertown: Authorities say a Watertown man is dead after a bar fight last weekend. Codington County Sheriff Brad Howell says 40-year-old Jeremy Buol died Wednesday. An autopsy was planned, and the sheriff says more charges might be filed once the investigation is complete.
Sioux Falls: Authorities are looking for two suspects they say robbed a Sioux Falls business late Tuesday night. The two subjects entered Toppers Pizza just before 10:00 p.m. Police say one suspect distracted an employee, while the other pulled a firearm and demanded money. They took some cash then fled the scene.
One person was killed and another was hurt in a two-vehicle crash in Beadle County. According to the South Dakota Highway Patrol, the accident happened Sunday afternoon on U.S. Highway 14 about eight miles east of Wessington.
Police are investigating an early morning robbery at a Sioux Falls saloon.
Two accidents involving children have school officials and police in Rapid City looking both ways. Cars hit two children six days apart in front of Rapid City elementary schools this month. The Rapid City Journal reports minor injuries resulted in the accidents at Wilson Elementary on Wednesday and at Robbinsdale Elementary last week.
10 month ago
Vermillion: Police Department and the University of South Dakota are investigating a report of an alleged sexual assault, according to a release from the university.
10 month ago
Sioux Falls: FBI investigating shooting at gas station on Standing Rock, suspect shot and killed by officer
10 month ago
A 35-year-old man died Tuesday night in a one-vehicle crash about four miles north of Sioux Falls. The name of the male driver is not being released pending notification of family. He was the only person involved in the crash.
One injured in two-vehicle crash near Ethan10 month ago
One injured in two-vehicle crash near Ethan
11 month ago
One person died in a crash near Renner on Tuesday night. The South Dakota Highway Patrol said a 35-year-old man was driving a 1993 Chevrolet Suburban on State Highway 115 when he lost control of the SUV. The driver was ejected from the vehicle after it rolled in the ditch.
11 month ago
Sioux Falls: Driver almost hit a child near 9000 W 32nd St. and now got out of the car and is yelling at the child.
11 month ago
A weekend crash involving two vehicles and cattle on I-90 near Mitchell has left one person dead
11 month ago
The South Dakota Highway Patrol has identified a man who died in a single-vehicle crash in Lawrence County. 49-year-old Michael Manderfeld
11 month ago
The South Dakota attorney general says a deputy-involved shooting in Sioux Falls was justified. The Minnehaha County Sheriff's Office asked the state Division of Criminal Investigation to review the September shooting of Christopher Sanftleben.
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