Second man arrested after police chase in Sioux Falls

Black Moon, left, and Makes Room For Them, right

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (KSFY) - A second man has been arrested after a police chase in Sioux Falls over the weekend.

Public Information Officer Sam Clemens said 25-year-old David Micah Black Moon has been arrested in addition to 24-year-old Grant Nolan Makes Room For Them. Both men are from Sioux Falls.

Clemens said the incident began around 7:40 p.m. Saturday near 11th Street and Duluth Avenue in the parking of the Lucky Lady Casino. An argument between a few people ensued, and one took a handgun out of his waistband and fired three shots into the air.

The suspect put the gun back in his waistband, and the argument continued. Clemens said the suspect later took the gun back out and pointed it at a person.

The suspects took off in a white Chevy Silverado, and witnesses called police.

Officers found the vehicle near 15th Street and Duluth Avenue and tried to stop it near 18th Street. That is when the pickup took off at a high-rate of speed, Clemens said.

The vehicle crashed into a tree at 18th Street and Western Avenue but continued driving.

When the pickup reached 41st Street and Sertoma Avenue, Clemens said it side-swiped a vehicle before losing control and crashing into a sign outside Walgreens.

The driver, Makes Room For Them, took off running, but he was caught after a short foot chase.

Officers arrested Makes Room For Them on aggravated assault, aggravated eluding, reckless driving, suspended license, hit-and-run, reckless discharge of a firearm, burglary, intentional damage to property and grand theft.

They arrested Black Moon, the passenger, on burglary, intentional damage to property and grand theft.

During the arrest, Clemens said officers found multiple keys in Black Moon's pocket from vehicles still on a lot at CarSwap near 12th Street and Holly Avenue. The dealership had been burglarized earlier that night.

Officers discovered the Chevy Silverado the men were driving was also stolen from CarSwap.

A 17-year-old girl was also in the vehicle during the pursuit but was not charged because she was not involved, Clemens said. She was taken to the hospital with minor injuries.

No other injuries were reported.