Rapid City police chief to retire at end of May
RAPID CITY (AP) — Rapid City's police chief is calling it a career after three decades in law enforcement.
Steve Allender plans to retire at the end of May. The 52-year-old Belle Fourche native began his career 29 years ago with the force in that city, spending two years there before moving on to the Rapid City Police Department in 1985. He was named chief in 2007.