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Seated directly below the suite was a group of about 50 students and seven adult chaperones from American Horse School, which is in Allen on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.

The criminal complaint against O'Connell alleged that he "caused beer to be spilled upon another person or persons, and uttered racially charged and confrontational words within the hearing of minor(s) and adult(s)."After a racially charged trial, O’Connell was acquitted of the disorderly conduct charge against him.-- In 2001, two Miller teenagers were accused of firing a shotgun at Native American girls basketball players from Crow Creek after a game in Miller, and they later admitted to the charges in juvenile court.

The comments, which could be heard on a webcast set up for competitors' family members, were made about a 6-year-old Sioux Falls wrestler, Nokosi Ringing Shield.

The boy's grandmother posted about the comments on Facebook, igniting a wave of outrage.

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“We met with Sturgis Police Department this morning to investigate the details so appropriate action can be taken."Unfortunately, this is not the first time racist images or behavior toward Native Americans have put South Dakota in a negative light, straining race relations in a state with the third-highest Native population percentage in America.

Many of these incidents have taken place within the realm of sports:-- Last year, a youth sports organization barred two volunteers from future participation after they were overheard making racist comments at a wrestling tournament in Aberdeen.

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