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In Touch 9/20/23

Scott Waltman with the Aberdeen Curling Club joins us to talk about the upcoming Aberdeen Learn to Curl…

In Touch 9/19/23

Patricia Kendall from the Dacotah Prairie Museum joins us to talk about the upcoming “Harvest Stroll”…

Department of Corrections reports prisoner serving a life sentence dies in custody

The South Dakota Department of Corrections reports a prisoner serving a life sentenced has died in custody. 60-year-old Samuel Boston passed away at a Sioux Falls hospital on July 29th. He was serving a life sentence on second degree murder charges for the murder of Richard Gitter in Custor County. No cause of death was given. The victim of his crime, Gitter was found unclothed and unresponsive in Boston’s bathtub in March of 2001. At the time Boston claimed Gitter was drunk and passed out. Upon further investigation blood was found on articles of clothing and throughout the apartment. His cause of death was determined to be manual strangulation. Boston was convicted of second-degree murder in May of 2002.