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Homicide Suspect Arrested in South Dakota

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23-year-old Adam Hatfield is in custody after he was arrested for a warrant out of Butte-Silver Bow County, accusing the man of deliberate homicide.

Hatfield was arrested at 7:45 Wednesday morning in Hot Springs, South Dakota, while working at a convenience store.

Fall River County Sheriff Rich Mraz, says Hatfield had been working at a convenience store in Hot Springs, but had been living in Smithwick, South Dakota for the last two months.

Mraz says the warrant for Hatfield's arrest was issued by Butte-Silver Bow County on Tuesday.

Authorities say the arrest was through a joint investigation between Butte-Silver Bow, the Fall River County Sheriff, and the Hot Springs Police Department.

Hatfield's extradition process will begin immediately, he will not have any further charges in South Dakota.

 

 

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