Weekend shooting taking place in Hartford

HARTFORD, S.D.(WNAX)- One man is dead following a weekend shooting in Hartford. The suspect in that shooting died following a standoff at his Sioux Falls residence.

Minnehaha County Sheriff’s Office Captain Josh Phillips said officers were dispatched to 261st Street and 464th Avenue near Hartford for reported gunshots and a possible robbery.

The first victim, a 60-year-old Hartford resident, was later pronounced dead at the hospital. He died from his gunshot wounds.

A 45-year-old Colton resident was the second victim located. Police say he is in critical but stable conditions.

The Minnehaha County Sheriff’s Office obtained a search warrant, which was served by the Minnehaha County SWAT Team.

Sioux Falls Police Chief Jon Thum said they went to the residence of the shooting suspect, Glenn Scot Nisich of Sioux Falls.

Thum says shots were fired by Nisich.

This investigation of the incident will now be handled by the South Dakota Division of Criminal Investigation.

The names of the victims were not released to the public at this time.