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South Dakota's Tribal and Non-Tribal Law Enforcement Forging Alliance to Fight Crime

May 12, 2017
“We're becoming each other’s safe havens for criminals,” said Stanley Little Whiteman who is the chairman of the Oglala Sioux Tribe’s Law and Order Committee.

Video: South Dakota's Tribal and Non-Tribal Law Enforcement Forging Alliance to Fight Crime

May 12, 2017
“We're becoming each other’s safe havens for criminals,” said Stanley Little Whiteman who is the chairman of the Oglala Sioux Tribe’s Law and Order Committee.

Shots Fired #100: Anywhere, USA

September 21, 2013

For our 100th "Shots Fired" article, I'm going to step outside the normal formula of our concept and talk about some things I've learned and some heroic officers I've had the honor of interviewing.

Wounded S.D. Officer Returns to Duty

August 23, 2011
Officer Tim Doyle was seriously wounded in the Aug. 2 gun battle that claimed the lives of officers J. Ryan McCandless and Nick Armstrong. Officer Doyle was shot in the temple; the bullet was sent along his jaw line and lodged in his chest, where it remains.

Fallen S.D. Officer Honored As Hometown Hero

August 12, 2011
Rapid City (S.D.) Police Chief Steve Allender eulogized Officer Nick Armstrong on Thursday as a "hometown hero" who died in defense of fellow officers and his community during an Aug. 2 gunfight.

Second Rapid City Officer Involved In Gunfight Dies

August 8, 2011
Officer Nick Armstrong, 27, died five days after Officer James Ryan McCandless, 28. Officer Armstrong, a two-year officer, died Sunday.

S.D. Cop Killed In Afternoon Gunfight at Intersection

August 3, 2011
A Rapid City (S.D.) Police officer was killed and two others were wounded exchanging fire with four men they approached at a city intersection late Tuesday afternoon.

Shots Fired: Rapid City, South Dakota 04/18/2003

June 1, 2006

Officer Spencer O'Bryan had been with the Rapid City Police Department for more than four years when he got off work at 3 a.m. on April 18, 2003.

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