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Every week, the Pennington County Sheriff's Office issues an alert on outstanding felony arrest warrants. Here are the most recent, according to the sheriff's office. [Read More]
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PIERRE—A high-risk inmate finishing a three-year sentence will be released from prison Tuesday.The South Dakota Department of Corrections announced Friday afternoon that 28-year-old Cory Yellow Boy will have completed his sentence for second-degree escape from Pennington County. Yellow Boy, who has... [Read More]
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The Pennington County deputy involved in the fatal shooting in New Underwood following a police chase last week is asking to use the law to keep their name from being released. [Read More]
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The name of the Pennington County sheriff's deputy who shot and killed a fleeing suspect Nov. 30 near New Underwood will not be released to the public, the Sheriff's Office said Thursday, Dec. 6."The deputy is invoking his protections under Marsy's Law," said office spokeswoman... [Read More]
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Pennington County DUI Court hopes to change the lives of the people who go through DUI programs as they confront their issues with alcohol. [Read More]
A man accused of injuring a South Dakota trooper after stealing his squad car while handcuffed during a traffic stop has pleaded no contest to charges in a deal with prosecutors. Joshua Two Bulls entered the plea to aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer Thursday in Pennington County. The 41-year-old... [Read More]
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The name of the Pennington County sheriff's deputy who shot and killed a fleeing suspect Nov. 30 near New Underwood will not be released to the public, the Sheriff's Office... [Read More]
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Law enforcement in Pennington County is taking some innovative steps to bring more Native Americans into its ranks. [Read More]
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With the winter season upon us- Pennington County Search and Rescue teams are preparing their vehicles for the snow. [Read More]
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Nearly $117,000 has been awarded to the Pennington County Health and Human Services for a study designed to improve behavioral health care in western South Dakota. [Read More]
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