One man arrested in late night shooting near Farmingdale

FARMINGDALE, S.D. – A Martin man has been arrested for shooting another man late Wednesday, July 15 near Farmingdale.

According to the Pennington County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to a report of a gunshot wound at 11:02pm, 7/15/20 near Farmingdale east of Rapid City, near mile marker 65 on South Dakota Highway 44. After they arrived, a team from the Criminal Investigations Unit was called to assist.

A group of three men had been travelling from Martin to Rapid City when they ran out of gas. The shooting happened after an argument.

The victim, a 40 year old male from Martin was shot in the chest and taken by air ambulance to Monument Health in Rapid City. He sustained serious life-threatening injuries.

28 year old Joseph Francis Marshall from Martin, South Dakota was arrested on two counts of Aggravated Assault, DUI-second offense, Possession of a Firearm with a previous felony drug conviction and two out-of-county warrants (Resisting Officer and Simple Assault, both out of Bennett County).

The investigation continues with the assistance of the Rapid City Police Department.

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