Police log

2013-06-20T04:04:00Z Police logJournal staff Rapid City Journal
June 20, 2013 4:04 am  • 

This information comes from selected local calls to the Rapid City Police Department. The address listed may be either the location of the incident or the place from which the call for service originated.

June 18

Animal bites/attacks

5:13 p.m., 1515 E. Saint Patrick St.


12:40 p.m., 2010 W. Main St.

2:37 p.m., 129 E. Signal Drive

8:58 p.m., 4315 Parkview Drive


8:53 a.m., 601 Columbus St.

5:10 p.m., 5266 Pinedale Heights Drive


4:13 p.m., 634 Blaine Ave.

Hit-and-run accident

6:34 a.m., 1110 Columbus St.

7:01 a.m., Ninth/Main streets

8:33 a.m., W. Main Street/Mountain View Road

3:08 p.m., 840 N. Spruce St.

3:26 p.m., 129 E. Signal Drive

9:57 p.m., 2601 Canyon Lake Drive

Injury accident

8:48 a.m., 1820 Samco Road

12:09 p.m., Fifth Street/E. Catron Boulevard

1:25 p.m., Deadwood Avenue/Commerce Road

7:32 p.m., 1735 Haines Ave.

8:03 p.m., 1306 Wambli Drive

Stolen vehicle

10:32 a.m., 2321 N. LaCrosse St.


7:21 a.m., 105 E. Kansas City St.

6:59 p.m., 2110 Maywood Drive

7:13 p.m., 512 Saint Cloud St.

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