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This is an overview of Rapid City Community Development projects and locations.  Community Development RAP Sheet Newsletter - Coming Down the Pike 9-2020
Featured October 09, 2020

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CITY OFFICES, SERVICES OPERATING ON MONDAY: City offices will be open on Monday, October 12, Native American Day in South Dakota.             The Rapid City Landfill will be open with no adjustments in trash collection. Rapid Transit Services, including RapidRide and Dial-a-Ride, will operate on normal daily schedules. All other city…
The $5,000 reward for information leading to the apprehension of a murder suspect, 22-year-old Jamys Flying Horse, is being issued evenly among two citizens who helped law enforcement converge in on his location. $2,500 will be issued to each of the two recipients. The identities of the recipients are being…
Police have located the remains of 22-year-old Dakota Zaiser. The remains were located in a forested area near Sheridan Lake on September 22nd.  Zaiser was reported to have disappeared in the days following the August 24th shooting at Thompson Park that took the lives of two people. In the time…
Rapid City police are currently investigating an early-morning burglary to a Rapid City gun shop that resulted in the theft of approximately 40 guns. At around 3:25 a.m. on September 23rd, police were dispatched to 701 Main Street for a report of an alarm. On arrival, officers observed that a…
Rapid City police are currently investigating a fatal crash as a case of vehicular homicide after the victim succumbed to her injuries on September 22nd. At around 1:25 a.m. on September 16th, police were dispatched to 3555 Sheridan Lake Road for a single vehicle crash. The reporting party stated they…
22-year-old Jamys Flying Horse has been taken into custody on an existing warrant for First Degree Murder, Attempted First Degree Murder, and Commission of a Felony with a Firearm. The warrant stems from a September 6th shooting in a residence in the 3400 block of Hemlock Street that took the…
The Rapid City Police Department has secured approval from the Community Reward Fund to offer a $5,000 reward for information that leads to the apprehension of 22-year-old Jamys Flying Horse. Flying Horse is wanted as the suspect responsible for a September shooting incident that took the life of one man…
25-year-old Dion Bordeaux of Rapid City has been indicted on a charge of First Degree Murder after a shooting incident that left a woman dead on New Year’s Day 2020. On January 1st at around 3:50 a.m., police were called to a room at 1740 Rapp Street for a report…
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