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A Corsica man suffered serious injuries in a two-vehicle crash on Tuesday afternoon in Corsica. Alfred Hup, 57, of Corsica, was not wearing his seat belt and was seriously injured when his Ford F-150 collided with the Chevy 2500 pickup Douglas Plooster, 57, of Harrison, was driving, according to South Dakota Highway Patrol Trooper Aaron Hanson. Plooster's truck was hauling a horse trailer with five cows and two calves inside. Hup suffered a fractured neck and skull and was transported to Douglas County Memorial Hospital in Armour, Hanson said.
The Mitchell Police Division arrested Jeremy Jones, 36, around 2:04 a.m. Sunday. Patrol Officer Cory Hartley was patrolling the 400 block of North Main when he encountered a group of individuals yelling at each other, according to Patrol Sgt. Joel Reinesch. Reinesch said Jones appeared to have instigated the altercation with three other individuals and then proceeded to pull a knife, described as a large buck knife with an approximately 6-inch blade.
Just after 7 p.m. on Friday, the Mitchell Fire Department and Mitchell Police Department responded to a small porch fire on Minnesota Street. According to Staff Sgt. Ryan Erickson, the owner of the house at 400 S. Minnesota Ave., Richard Costello, had extinguished the small amount of flames with a garden hose by the time authorities arrived. Erickson said there was minor smoke damage to the porch and under a small section of siding. The cause of the fire was not immediately known.
FREEMAN -- An incident in what police called a “barricaded suicidal subject” ended after several hours early Saturday morning in Freeman. Freeman Chief of Police Richard Cummings said his office...
Q. Why did the city of Mitchell bother building parking lots for the Pepsi Cola Soccer Complex when everyone parks on the road along Ohlman Street? Vehicles are parked in the ditches with the rear-ends sticking out into the road. How about some no-parking signs? A. The following answer comes from Mitchell Parks and Recreation Director Dusty Rodiek: The designated parking area at the Pepsi Soccer Complex was designed to accommodate the normal use at the facility.
A Mitchell woman is accused of ingesting meth. Catrelle Two Bulls, 25, is indicted for unauthorized ingestion of a controlled substance, methamphetamine, between March 20 and 23, according to court documents. A warrant has been issued for her arrest. Unauthorized ingestion carries a maximum penalty upon conviction of five years in prison and a $10,000.
A Fort Thompson woman is accused of ingesting meth. Sierra Goodlow, 21, is indicted for unauthorized ingestion of a controlled substance, methamphetamine, between March 30 and April 2, according to court documents. A warrant has been issued for her arrest. Unauthorized ingestion carries a maximum penalty upon conviction of five years in prison and a $10,000 fine.
A Mitchell man is accused of forging a signature on a car title at the Davison County Treasurer's office. James Kramer, 35, went to the treasurer's office with a bill of sale for a vehicle and the vehicle's title, but two documents did not have matching signatures, according to court documents.
A Mitchell woman is accused of possessing methamphetamine. Kelsea McNeely, 27, was arrested May 10 on an active Davison County warrant. Upon search of her purse at the Davison County Jail, staff found a glass pipe containing what appeared to be meth, according to court documents. McNeely admitted the substance in the pipe was meth and that she'd last smoked meth on May 9. Possession of a controlled substance, meth, carries a maximum penalty upon conviction of five years in prison and a $10,000 fine.
A Plankinton man is accused of having sexual contact with a young girl. Derick Schleuning, 33, is indicted of sexual contact with a child younger than the age of 16. According to court documents, Schleuning had sexual contact with the girl on or around March 22. Sexual contact carries a maximum penalty upon conviction of 15 years in prison and a $30,000 fine.