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Redfield SD 57469
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Frank Krumm, Spink County Sheriff
Frank Krumm,
Spink County Sheriff


Frank Krumm was elected Sheriff in 2019. Prior to that he had retired from the Highway Patrol in 2014 after 28 years. Please feel free to contact the Sheriff's Office with any concerns or information you may want to speak with us about.

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spacerThe Spink County Sheriff's Department provides 24 Hour Law Enforcement coverage within Redfield City as well as coverage for the entire Spink County area.

spacerThe department is a 24 Hour Communications Center complete with Enhanced 911.

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Chief Deputy Kathy Adams
Sergeant Jenna Appel
Deputy Jason Kraft
Deputy Zach Weber
Deputy Brett Christman
Deputy Joshua Lee
Deputy Jacob Millett
Deputy Talese Aucoin
Chief Dispatcher Amy Hearnen
Dispatcher Cyndi Roe
Dispatcher Kandi Shantz
Dispatcher Amy Akin

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The Spink County Sheriff Department is located just inside the south door of the Spink County Courthouse in Redfield SD.

Did You Know...

...when you dial 911 there is up to a 12 second pause before you hear it ringing.


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Deputy State Sheriff Charles A. Halpin
South Dakota Office of the State Sheriff
South Dakota
End of Watch: Friday, May 13, 1927

Special Agent Charles Bintliff
United States Department of Justice - Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives
U.S. Government
End of Watch: Friday, May 13, 1927

Incident Details
Cause of Death: Gunfire
Date of Incident: Friday, May 13, 1927
Weapon Used: Shotgun
Suspect Info: Committed suicide

spacerDeputy Sheriff Halpin and Agent Charles Bintliff, of the United States Treasury Department, were shot and killed near Redfield, South Dakota, while attempting to arrest a man who had wounded another federal agent one week earlier.

spacerDeputy Sheriff Halpin and Agent Bintliff were with two other officers and they arrived at the man's farm at 0130 hours. The officers separated and Deputy Halpin and Agent Bintliff went to search the barn.

spacerAs the two searched the barn, the man opened fire on them with a shotgun, striking Agent Bintliff in the chest and Deputy Halpin in the abdomen. Both men were killed instantly. The suspect fled but committed suicide.

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Spink County Sheriff's Department
Frank Krumm, Sheriff
210 E 7th Avenue, Suite 1
Redfield SD 57469-1299
Phone: (605) 472-4595
Fax:     (605) 472-4599

Office Location: Courthouse 1st Floor
Hours: 24/7

(County, State, Federal Offices)

 Courthouse 1st floor
  • Extension Services
  • Health Department
  • Sheriff Department
  • Social Services

  •  Courthouse 2nd Floor
  • Auditor
  • Equalization
  • Planning and Zoning
  • Drainage
  • Register of Deeds
  • Treasurer
  • Commissioner's Room

  •  Courthouse 3rd Floor
  • Clerk of Courts
  • Courtroom
  • Emergency Management
  • States Attorney
  • Veterans Service

  •  Courthouse Basement
  • Custodial Engineer
  • Community Room

  •   101 E 7th Avenue
  • Spink County Coroner

  •   225 E 8th Avenue
  • Spink County Museum

  •  E Hwy 212
  • Highway Department
  • Weed & Pest

  • Spink County Sheriff's Department
    210 East 7th Avenue, Suite 1     Redfield SD 57469-1299

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