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Carjacking Suspect Arrest

Carjacking Suspect Arrest

Suspect in weekend carjacking in Rapid City arrested by Oglala Sioux police


News Staff - November 18, 2020

RAPID CITY, S.D. - The suspect in a Saturday armed carjacking in Rapid City has been arrested and jailed on the Pine Ridge Reservation by Oglala Sioux police.

Rapid City Police said Wednesday that 29-year-old Curtis Horse of Porcupine, was arrested for crimes allegedly committed on the reservation.

Police spokesman Brenden Medina says he was identified as the suspect after he did an interview with Rapid City detectives.

Medina says they are working with other law enforcement agencies to extradite Horse back to Rapid City to face charges for the carjacking.

Horse is accused of a Saturday morning carjacking on the 700 block of Jackson Boulevard. He allegedly approached a victim inside a pickup, brandished an AR-15 style rife and demanded the keys.

Horse was arrested and booked into jail with a $5,000 cash bond on Sunday, according to the tribe's jail roster. He has 12 tribal charges ranging from disorderly conduct to child endangerment to a weapons offense.



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