- By Levi Rickert
Published January 8, 2020
PINE RIDGE INDIAN RESERVATION —
Robert "RJ" Kills Enemy, Jr., 23, and Vincent Steve Little Dog, 25, are still missing.
Completely heartbreaking and every parents worst nightmare. These two beautiful young men are loved so much. It is beautiful to see the community come together. We even have relatives from other tribes coming to search with drones and specialized equipment, but it is such a vast rugged area, we need more help. Anyone who seen the men or knows where they might be should call police at 605-867-5141. People interested in volunteering should call the OST police or emergency management at 605-867-5011. Volunteers should dress for cold weather and bring ATVs/UTVs or horses if they have them.
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