8 Arrested In Drug Bust At SF Home

Police arrested eight people, including a teen runaway, on drug related charges after the Drug Task Force served a warrant at a Sioux Falls home Monday night.

Police say after receiving a tip from the public about short term traffic coming and going, they have been watching the home at 913 East Pam Road since December.

Police say they received another tip that a 15-year-old runaway was at the home. They say they knocked on the door twice Monday and no one would answer the door.

Police say they got a warrant to search the home and found the girl hiding in a closet. They say they also found some marijuana and paraphernalia as well as some stolen property inside that could have come from some recent burglaries in the city.

Police arrested five people who lived at the home including 19-year-old Meagan Joy Dominiack, 54-year-old Charles Robert Tripp, 57-year-old Thomas Clayton Drury, 69-year-old Arthur Gibb Templeman and 18-year-old Tommie Lee Lampkin III. They also arrested three others who were at the home at the time including 18-year-old Troy Dean Kiggins, a 17-year-old boy and 15-year-old runaway.

All were charged with possession of marijuana and possession of paraphernalia. Dominiack, Templeman and Lampkin were arrested for contributing to the delinquency of a minor. Templeman and Lampkin are also being charged with receiving stolen property.

We talked with neighbors about the arrests. What they had to say tonight on KDLT News.

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