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Sioux City Murder with SD Connection

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Sioux City Murder with SD Connection

Sioux City police and authorities in South Dakota are searching for a suspect in a weekend homicide after a body was discovered in Lincoln County, South Dakota. The body was found in a ditch five miles east of Interstate 29, but Sioux City Police chief, Doug Young, says investigators determined the man was shot early Sunday morning on the city’s west side………..
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The dead man has been identified as 20 year old Adrian Rojas Hernandez of Sioux City, and his body was found by a passer-by on Sunday morning………....
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He says the body was set on fire after it was dumped in the ditch. Authorities are searching for 20-year-old Martin Castellanos in connection with the case. He is described as a five-feet-eight,180 pound, Hispanic male who may have a light mustache. Castellanos may be driving a silver 2003 Audi A-Four with Iowa license plate 8-9-2-Y-S-D. Young says Castellanos is considered armed and dangerous. Police have charged 22-year-old Ricardo Jaime Vital of Sioux City with being an accessory after the fact. Police believe the shooting took place at Vital’s residence.

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