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South Dakota Trooper Works Highway While Taking Leukemia Treatments

January 25, 2016
One year after the former marine joined the South Dakota Highway Patrol, a diagnosis of chronic leukemia rocked his future. More Here.

Video: South Dakota Trooper Works Highway While Taking Leukemia Treatments

January 25, 2016
One year after the former marine joined the South Dakota Highway Patrol, a diagnosis of chronic leukemia rocked his future.

Ex-Officer Accused of Shooting S.D. Trooper in Standoff

January 13, 2015
The man charged with shooting a South Dakota Highway Patrol officer during a standoff last week, was a police officer in Wyoming from 1998 to 1999.

South Dakota Trooper Shot at Scene of Ongoing Standoff

January 8, 2015
A South Dakota Highway Patrol trooper was shot Wednesday after responding to the home of a man who reportedly called in a threat to law enforcement.

S.D. Patrolman Cleared In Fatal Custer Shooting

September 24, 2011
South Dakota's attorney general and criminal investigation division have cleared a highway patrolman who fatally shot a man who told a dispatcher he wanted to kill a law enforcement officer.
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