RCPD officer injured after assault Friday night

Two people are now behind bars, accused of assaulting a Rapid City Police officer Friday evening. 28-year old Julian Yellowboy of Rapid City and 25-year old Margaret Eaglehunter of Pierre, were arrested after police say they took off on foot and hit an officer in the face around 6 p.m. on Friday.

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Police are asking the public for help after the Youth and Family Services facility at 120 East Adams Street was vandalized.

A 21-year old Rapid City man, pleaded not guilty to simple assault on a law enforcement officer. The charge stems from September of this year. This is in addition to several other charges Cruz DeLeon is facing after an officer involved shooting in Box Elder in July.

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