UPDATE: Authorities arrest suspect in Sioux Falls crash

Minnehaha County Sheriff's Office says a man wanted in connection to a Sioux Falls' crash earlier this week is now in custody.

In a Facebook post, Minnehaha County Sheriff's Office said Tobias Kippes was arrested Thursday.

Kippes had been wanted for aggravated domestic assault and charges related to a vehicle crash on Monday morning where he ran from the scene following the crash.


Authorities are still searching for the man who they say refused to pull over for police then caused a crash on a busy Sioux Falls street.

Forty-one-year-old Tobias Kippes of Sioux Falls is wanted in connection to Monday's crash.

Police say Kippes had a felony warrant for his arrest. Officers attempted to pull him over Monday morning near 3rd Street and Duluth Avenue, but Kippes sped off.

Kippes crashed into another vehicle, then crashed into a sign near 11th Street and Duluth Avenue. He fled the scene on foot.

Police say Kippes' pregnant girlfriend, 27-year-old Brooke Crumpler, was in the vehicle with him during the incident. She was taken to a hospital, where staff learned she had taken methamphetamine the day before. She faces drug and child abuse charges.

Officers also found guns, marijuana, meth, and drug paraphernalia in the vehicle.

Police describe Kippes as a white man, about 5-foot-10, weighing 265 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. He faces a number of charges, including committing a felony with a firearm.


Original story:

Police are investigating a two-vehicle crash in central Sioux Falls.

Sioux Falls police said the crash occurred around 10 a.m. Monday at 11th Street and Duluth Avenue.

Police said prior to the crash, officers attempted to stop a 2009 Chevrolet Silverado near Third Street and Duluth Avenue. The driver of the Silverado fled the scene at a high rate of speed and eventually crashed into a Kia Optima.

Police said the Silverado rolled and came to rest on the southeast corner of the intersection. Two occupants in the Silverado left the scene.

Police said officers located a female occupant nearby but haven't found the male driver.

The driver of the Kia was taken to an area hospital for non-life threatening injuries.

Police say this investigation is ongoing.