Gun fired into South Dakota home, tactical officers respond

Gun fired into South Dakota home, tactical officers respond


RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) — Tactical officers responded to a home near downtown Rapid City after someone fired a gun from a car into a first-floor bedroom.

Police say no one was hurt in Tuesday’s shooting near Rapid City High School. The Rapid City Journal reports a rifle was found inside a vehicle nearby and there was a bullet hole through one of its windows. Investigators are working to determine who fired the shot.

About a dozen people in the area, many of them teens, were detained by police. One teen was arrested in relation to a stolen vehicle found at the scene while two adults were arrested for unrelated warrants.

Police spokesman Brendyn Medina says the rifle was likely fired by one of the teens.


Information from: Rapid City Journal,

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