Law enforcement continue to search for 'dangerous subject'

RAPID CITY, S.D. (KEVN TV) - The Special Response Team responded to the Brookdale Estates mobile home park - off of Highway 44 this afternoon.
Law enforcement believe Crowe is somewhere in the park, next to Western Dakota Tech. The team is searching the perimeter and checking cars as they leave the area.
WDT was put on lockdown following the callout - police say to ensure safety to students and staff at the school due to the dangerous nature of how Crowe flees police.
Police say rumors of an active shooter at WDT are not true.
There's a $2 thousand dollar reward out for Saul Crowe. His name and face have been posted across media outlets and social media - and the Rapid City Police Department says they have been receiving a lot of public input regarding his whereabouts.

The special response team (Rapid City Police Department and Pennington County Sheriff's Office) has cordoned off a neighborhood as they search for a suspect. (photo courtesy Rapid City Police Department)

Crowe is wanted for several firearm-related incidents, including a Pennington County warrant for an early September burglary, and a federal warrant for a supervised release violation.
He is also wanted for question by police about potential involvement in a shooting on October 25th.