Police identify man taken into custody after Rapid City pursuit

UPDATE (06/04/2019 — 9:03 a.m.): Police have identified the man involved in a police pursuit in Rapid City on Monday.

A Pennington County Sheriff’s Office deputy spotted Tyler Allman, 27, of Rapid City in his pickup truck on Universal Drive around 2:25 p.m on June 3.

Allman initiated a police pursuit after the deputy attempted to pull him over. The pursuit ended when Allman ran into a fence on Maple Avenue. He was then seen running into a nearby residence.

Law enforcement were able to communicate with Allman through a basement window and eventually were able to get him to exit the home.

Authorities noted the strong smell of an alcoholic beverage coming from his person. Allman was arrested for aggravated eluding, DUI (his 6th), open container in a motor vehicle, and his two warrants.


Photo Courtesy of the Rapid City Police Department

RAPID CITY, S.D. — A pursuit in Rapid City ended with one person in custody on Monday afternoon.

The incident happened when a Pennington County Sheriff’s Office deputy spotted a felony warrant subject in a vehicle on Universal Drive.

The deputy attempted to pull the vehicle over, but it did not stop and a pursuit was initiated.

The pursuit ended at East Main Street North and Maple Avenue when the suspect vehicle went off the road and struck a fence.

The suspect ran into a nearby residence, and was apprehended a short time later.

It’s unknown at this time if the suspect has any connection to the home or knows the occupants.

The Pennington County Sheriff’s Office and Rapid City Police Department are currently investigating the incident.

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