Drunk teen shocked by electric fence while running from Rapid City Police

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RAPID CITY, S.D. -

Police arrested two teenagers after a vehicle pursuit and a foot chase.

The events started around 5 a.m. Sunday. Police responded to a report of a fight at the Days Inn on North Lacrosse Street. Upon police arrival, a woman was seen running through the parking lot. She refused police commands to stop and jumped into the passenger seat of a Dodge Dakota pickup.

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Police followed the pickup, attempting to stop the vehicle. Instead, the driver continued east on Eglin Street at a high rate of speed, eventually turning south on North Turbine Drive. Rapid City Police Department spokesman, Brendyn Medina, stated that “it was apparent the driver was having a tough time maintaining traction on the snowy road.”

The pursuit ended when the driver reached a dead end, surrounded by a small construction area. The pickup collided with a trailer, then the driver bailed from the vehicle and ran.

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But two people were still inside the pickup, which the driver had left in reverse. The pickup rolled backwards into a stop sign, and police put the vehicle back into park.

The driver was caught after a short foot pursuit. Medina said the driver crossed a live electric fence, shocking himself in the process.

All three people were detained while a search of the vehicle was conducted. The search turned up drug paraphernalia.

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The driver was identified as Ramone McBride, 19, of Kyle. He was charged with: Aggravated Eluding, DUI, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Resisting Arrest, Minor Consuming, and a Warrant.

The woman in the passenger seat was identified as Shanteddy Twoeagle, 18, of Porcupine. She was arrested for Minor Consuming.

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