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FBI confirms arrest in Rosebud tribal officer shooting

ROSEBUD (AP) -- Federal officials have confirmed that a man accused of shooting and wounding a tribal officer on the Rosebud Indian Reservation last week has been taken into custody.

ROSEBUD (AP) - Federal officials have confirmed that a man accused of shooting and wounding a tribal officer on the Rosebud Indian Reservation last week has been taken into custody.

The FBI said Jacob Linn Cross Dog III ran off Tuesday after he shot and injured a tribal police officer. The agency's release offered no details on formal charges or Cross Dog's custody status, and a supervisory special agent said he had no other details.

Officials with the Rosebud Indian Reservation police have said that Cross Dog had been at large after the shooting until his arrest on Friday. The arrest came the same day a reward in the case was increased to $10,000.

The officer's name and condition have not been released.

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