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Near 50 year old South Dakota cold case solved by Pierre investigators

(KCCR – Pierre, SD) He laid at rest in the Riverside Cemetery in Pierre for nearly five decades, but now, he has a name. A body recovered from the Missouri River near Farm Island, east of Pierre in 1976 has been identified as Steven Earl Boice. South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley credits the Pierre Police Department and Division of Criminal Investigation for finding Boice’s identity…

D-C-I Special Agent Trevor Swanson worked on Boice’s cold case while a detective with the Pierre police and picked the case up again at D-C-I. He utilized the state Forensics Lab and Washburn University Anthropologic Recovery Unit in Topeka, Kansas to confirm Boice’s name…

The entire time Boice laid unknown, Gertrude Stone and her daughter Cheryl Stone tended to the gravesite in the far northeast corner of Riverside…

Boice’s last known address was Seattle, Washington. Remaining family members requested Boice be returned to Riverside Cemetery last fall. A new grave marker was installed this April.

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In Touch 2/28/24

Dean Berry, Northern State head baseball coach joins us to talk about the upcoming season…