A 30-year-old man shot and killed by Rapid City Police on May 13th tested positive for the Coronavirus.
According to the South Dakota Attorney General's Office, all the officers involved, which includes officers from the Rapid City Police Department and the South Dakota Division of Criminal Investigation, were tested for the virus over the weekend. Results came back negative. However, because of the incubation period, those negative results are not definitive. Follow-up testing will be done.
The AG did not release how many officers may have been exposed to the virus.
The man, identified as Anthony Angel of Rapid City, was shot May 13 near the intersection of Highway 44 and Saint Patrick Street. He died the next day. Police say they performed a traffic stop on a vehicle when Angel got out and began shooting at the officers.
The DCI is investigating the shooting. A report is expected sometime before mid-June.