Threatening Minnesota, Iowa, and South Dakota criminals are always on the move. Now South Dakota officials are asking for the public's help finding a potential suspect in a homicide investigation.

The Oglala Sioux Tribe Department of Public Safety in South Dakota is looking for a man named Luke Standing Bear. He's a person of interest in a homicide that happened over the weekend.

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According to a Facebook post from the Oglala Sioux Tribe Department of Public Safety, the homicide occurred during the early morning hours on Saturday, July 6th around the Pine Ridge area. The victim of the brutal crime was stabbed and later died as a result.

At the time of this post, Luke Standing Bear is the only person of interest in this crime and he's still on the run. He could be anywhere in South Dakota.

Criminal Investigators and the FBI are investigating and ask if anyone comes into contact with this individual or know of his whereabouts to please call 605-867-5111 or 911 immediately.

It can be scary when a potentially high-risk fugitive is on the run in South Dakota, Iowa, or Minnesota.

Anyone who has any information about the whereabouts of Luke Standing Bear or has seen him is encouraged to call 605-867-5111 or 911.

If you see any risky South Dakota fugitives in the area, it's better to be safe than sorry and let the officials handle a delicate situation.

The 10 Largest Occupations in South Dakota

Where do people in South Dakota work?

If you were a South Dakotan a hundred years ago, chances are you had a job related to farming or ranching. If you weren't doing the farming, you were selling things to the farmers, fixing things for the farmers, or buying things from the farmers.

In the 2020s, things are very different.

Most of us in the SD work in health care or the service industry in one way or another. In fact, there are more nurses in South Dakota than the entire population of the state capital, Pierre.

Today far more people work at a store or restaurant than have probably ever even been on a farm. Time passes and things change, always. Fifty years from now who knows what jobs South Dakotans will be doing

According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, these are the top 10 largest occupations in South Dakota (as of 2022).

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