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August 3, 2017

Juvenile Incidents at Summer Nights on the Decline

After a rough start to the Summer Nights series due to numerous incidents involving unsupervised teens and after issuing an appeal to parents to check on their children, the Rapid City Journal reports that RCPD officers have noted a dramatic decline in juvenile issues. Additional law enforcement agencies are also helping ensure that incidents remain low. The Summer Nights series continues the rest of the month and officials are hopeful that the trend will continue.

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