SOUTH DAKOTA HOMICIDE SUSPECT ARRESTED AFTER PURSUIT

SOUTH DAKOTA HOMICIDE SUSPECT ARRESTED AFTER PURSUIT

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A SUSPECT WANTED FOR THE MURDER OF HIS UNCLE IN YANKTON, SOUTH DAKOTA WAS ARRESTED FRIDAY AFTER LEADING AUTHORITIES ON A CHASE THROUGH THE SIOUX CITY AREA AND BACK INTO SOUTH DAKOTA.

28-YEAR-OLD JOSHUA HUDSON WAS SPOTTED DRIVING HIS GREEN PICK UP ON A WESTSIDE SIOUX CITY STREET.

HE WAS WANTED IN THE DEATH OF 46 YEAR OLD TODD HUDSON, WHOSE BODY WAS DISCOVERED AROUND 7:30 AM IN HIS YANKTON RESIDENCE.

WOODBURY COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPUTY DUSTIN DEGROOT, SAID HUDSON, WHO WAS CONSIDERED ARMED AND DANGEROUS, REFUSED TO PULL OVER.

DEGROOT AND SIOUX CITY POLICE PURSUED HUDSON THROUGH THE NORTHWEST PORTIONS OF THE CITY OUT OF TOWN AND INTO PLYMOUTH COUNTY.


OC….90 TO 100. :05

THE SUSPECT SPED ALONG HIGHWAY K-18 BACK INTO SOUTH DAKOTA WHERE AUTHORITIES DEPLOYED STOP STICKS TO BRING THE CHASE TO AN END:


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HUDSON WAS TAKEN INTO CUSTODY NEAR JEFFERSON, SOUTH DAKOTA.

HE HAS BEEN TRANSPORTED BACK TO THE YANKTON COUNTY JAIL.