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Drug & Property Crimes
The Brookings County State’s Attorney’s Office prosecutes a variety of drugs crimes, including misdemeanor and felony charges. Crimes range from Possession of Paraphernalia, Ingesting a Toxic Substance, and Possession of Marijuana to Unauthorized Possession of a Controlled Substance and Distribution of a Controlled Substance.
This office works closely with the Division of Criminal Investigation in an effort to eliminate the manufacture and distribution of illegal drugs and controlled substances in Brookings County and to create a safer community for our citizens to live in.
Reporting Drug Crime
Any suspected drug activity should be reported immediately! Help from the community is crucial in effectively combating criminal drug activity. Never assume drug activity is already under police surveillance. Any illegal drug activity or changes in activity you have previously observed should be reported to Law Enforcement at 911. If you have questions regarding questionable behavior you have observed, contact the Division of Criminal Investigation at 605-688-5517.
A variety of property crimes are prosecuted by this office, such as: theft, theft by deception, forgery, fraud, auto theft, stolen property, damage to property, embezzlement, and burglary.
If you believe you have been the victim of property damage or an automobile accident and have incurred monetary damages that have gone unpaid, contact the Brookings Police Department at 605-692-2113 or the Brookings County Sheriff’s Department at 605-696-8300 and provide all pertinent information. The Brookings State’s Attorney’s Office may be able to request the court to order that restitution be paid. In such an instance, our office would need a copy of the estimate(s) of damages.