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Police apprehend man wanted in shooting of tribal officer

ROSEBUD (AP) -- Officials with the Rosebud Indian Reservation police say a man accused of shooting and wounding a tribal officer earlier this week has been apprehended, but would give no further details.

ROSEBUD (AP) - Officials with the Rosebud Indian Reservation police say a man accused of shooting and wounding a tribal officer earlier this week has been apprehended, but would give no further details.

Linn Crossdog III had been at large since the shooting early Tuesday. His arrest came on the same day a reward in the case was increased to $10,000.

Police officials referred questions about his arrest to federal authorities. FBI spokesman Kyle Loven did not immediately return a phone message.

The Rapid City Journal reports that the officer is listed in stable condition. His name has not been released.

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