A car sits in the driveway of a home in Sioux Village housing area. Sioux Village is a neighborhood of HUD homes in Fort Yates.
 Jason Silk shows off his tattoo. Silk lives in Solen, N.D. on the Standing Rock Reservation.
 Sioux Village is a neighborhood of HUD housing on the Standing Rock Reservation.
 Horses in a field off of Highway 24 on the Standing Rock Reservation.
 Seven-year-old Johnston Elk points a toy gun at his dog Sapa while playing in his grandmother's yard on Standing Rock Reservation.
 Corel Little Owl has lived in a trailer home in Solen, N.D. for 10 years. She works as a housekeeper at Prairie Knights Casino. Little Owl spent her entire Sunday drinking.
 Tribal police officer Raymond Webb has been with the Standing Rock Tribal Police Department since March of 2009. Webb is from the Choctaw tribe in northwest Florida. He has been in law enforcement for 5 years.
 Officers look for runaway Alex Jones in an open field behind his grandmother's home in Fort Yates, N.D. Jones got into an argument with his grandmother. Police would have arrested him on multiple charges, but the juvenile detention center was full and could not take him. He was released back into the custody of his grandmother. Not long after the police left, Jones' family claimed that the teen came up from the basement with cuts on his forearms and then fled.
 Val Brave Bull holds her three-year-old son Justin Elk in her aunt and uncle's kitchen of their trailer home in Solen, N.D. Brave Bull spent the afternoon drinking with her relatives and neighbors and friends that came in and out of the home throughout the day.
 Waylene Many Horses comes to tears thinking about her health and legal problems that are piling up. Upon being arrested, Many Horses blew a .326 BAC. She was taken directly to the Indian Health Service emergency room to be evaluated by physicians assistant. Many Horses was later taken to jail.
 Waylene Many Horses comes to tears thinking about her health and legal problems that are piling up. Upon being arrested, Many Horses blew a .326 BAC. She was taken directly to the Indian Health Service emergency room to be evaluated by physicians assistant. Many Horses was later taken to jail.
 Lt. Dale Good Shield walks his police dog back to his vehicle after inspecting a car that had crashed into a tree after a high-speed police chase.
 Sixteen-year-old Alex Jones comes to tears threatening to run from the police while being questioned by tribal officer Raymond Webb. Jones got into an argument with his grandmother, whom he lives with, and she kicked him out for being drunk and he tried breaking back into the house by kicking in a basement window.
 A bathroom at a recreational area along the banks of the Missouri River in Fort Yates, N.D.
 The rate of violent crimes on reservations is higher than the rest of rural America.
 Waylene Many Horses comes to tears thinking about her health and legal problems that are piling up. Upon being arrested, Many Horses blew a .326 BAC. She was taken directly to the Indian Health Service emergency room to be evaluated by physicians assistant. Many Horses was later taken to jail.
 Corel Little Owl shows a friend photographs of her family members from around the turn of the century. Little Owl lives in Solen, N.D. on the Standing Rock Reservation.
 An open stretch of road along Highway 6 on the Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota.
 Five-year-old Quentin Elk plays in his grandmother's backyard in the Sioux Village neighborhood of Fort Yates, N.D. Sioux Village is a government subsidized housing development.
 A vehicle stopped by a tree, ending a high-speed chase with police officers. The driver fled the scene and police left the vehicle to be picked up in the morning by the owner.
 Charles Holy Bear, left, Ted Rough Surface, and Sam Rough Surface have beers at Club Diamond Z, a bar in Fort Yates, N.D.
 Billy sits in front of his trailer in with a six-pack and a bottle of vodka on Sunday morning in Solen, N.D. Many of the calls that tribal police get are alcohol related.
 The rate of violent crimes on reservations is higher than the rest of rural America. The Standing Rock Reservation sprawls out over 3,472 square miles, spilling into both North Dakota and South Dakota.
 A car sits in the driveway of a home in Sioux Village housing area. Sioux Village is a neighborhood of HUD homes in Fort Yates.
A car sits in the driveway of a home in Sioux Village housing area. Sioux Village is a neighborhood of HUD homes in Fort Yates.
 Jason Silk shows off his tattoo. Silk lives in Solen, N.D. on the Standing Rock Reservation.
Jason Silk shows off his tattoo. Silk lives in Solen, N.D. on the Standing Rock Reservation.
 Sioux Village is a neighborhood of HUD housing on the Standing Rock Reservation.
Sioux Village is a neighborhood of HUD housing on the Standing Rock Reservation.
 Horses in a field off of Highway 24 on the Standing Rock Reservation.
Horses in a field off of Highway 24 on the Standing Rock Reservation.
 Seven-year-old Johnston Elk points a toy gun at his dog Sapa while playing in his grandmother's yard on Standing Rock Reservation.
Seven-year-old Johnston Elk points a toy gun at his dog Sapa while playing in his grandmother's yard on Standing Rock Reservation.
 Corel Little Owl has lived in a trailer home in Solen, N.D. for 10 years. She works as a housekeeper at Prairie Knights Casino. Little Owl spent her entire Sunday drinking.
Corel Little Owl has lived in a trailer home in Solen, N.D. for 10 years. She works as a housekeeper at Prairie Knights Casino. Little Owl spent her entire Sunday drinking.
 Tribal police officer Raymond Webb has been with the Standing Rock Tribal Police Department since March of 2009. Webb is from the Choctaw tribe in northwest Florida. He has been in law enforcement for 5 years.
Tribal police officer Raymond Webb has been with the Standing Rock Tribal Police Department since March of 2009. Webb is from the Choctaw tribe in northwest Florida. He has been in law enforcement for 5 years.
 Officers look for runaway Alex Jones in an open field behind his grandmother's home in Fort Yates, N.D. Jones got into an argument with his grandmother. Police would have arrested him on multiple charges, but the juvenile detention center was full and could not take him. He was released back into the custody of his grandmother. Not long after the police left, Jones' family claimed that the teen came up from the basement with cuts on his forearms and then fled.
Officers look for runaway Alex Jones in an open field behind his grandmother's home in Fort Yates, N.D. Jones got into an argument with his grandmother. Police would have arrested him on multiple charges, but the juvenile detention center was full and could not take him. He was released back into the custody of his grandmother. Not long after the police left, Jones' family claimed that the teen came up from the basement with cuts on his forearms and then fled.
 Val Brave Bull holds her three-year-old son Justin Elk in her aunt and uncle's kitchen of their trailer home in Solen, N.D. Brave Bull spent the afternoon drinking with her relatives and neighbors and friends that came in and out of the home throughout the day.
Val Brave Bull holds her three-year-old son Justin Elk in her aunt and uncle's kitchen of their trailer home in Solen, N.D. Brave Bull spent the afternoon drinking with her relatives and neighbors and friends that came in and out of the home throughout the day.
 Waylene Many Horses comes to tears thinking about her health and legal problems that are piling up. Upon being arrested, Many Horses blew a .326 BAC. She was taken directly to the Indian Health Service emergency room to be evaluated by physicians assistant. Many Horses was later taken to jail.
Waylene Many Horses comes to tears thinking about her health and legal problems that are piling up. Upon being arrested, Many Horses blew a .326 BAC. She was taken directly to the Indian Health Service emergency room to be evaluated by physicians assistant. Many Horses was later taken to jail.
 Waylene Many Horses comes to tears thinking about her health and legal problems that are piling up. Upon being arrested, Many Horses blew a .326 BAC. She was taken directly to the Indian Health Service emergency room to be evaluated by physicians assistant. Many Horses was later taken to jail.
Waylene Many Horses comes to tears thinking about her health and legal problems that are piling up. Upon being arrested, Many Horses blew a .326 BAC. She was taken directly to the Indian Health Service emergency room to be evaluated by physicians assistant. Many Horses was later taken to jail.
 Lt. Dale Good Shield walks his police dog back to his vehicle after inspecting a car that had crashed into a tree after a high-speed police chase.
Lt. Dale Good Shield walks his police dog back to his vehicle after inspecting a car that had crashed into a tree after a high-speed police chase.
 Sixteen-year-old Alex Jones comes to tears threatening to run from the police while being questioned by tribal officer Raymond Webb. Jones got into an argument with his grandmother, whom he lives with, and she kicked him out for being drunk and he tried breaking back into the house by kicking in a basement window.
Sixteen-year-old Alex Jones comes to tears threatening to run from the police while being questioned by tribal officer Raymond Webb. Jones got into an argument with his grandmother, whom he lives with, and she kicked him out for being drunk and he tried breaking back into the house by kicking in a basement window.
 A bathroom at a recreational area along the banks of the Missouri River in Fort Yates, N.D.
A bathroom at a recreational area along the banks of the Missouri River in Fort Yates, N.D.
 The rate of violent crimes on reservations is higher than the rest of rural America.
The rate of violent crimes on reservations is higher than the rest of rural America.
 Waylene Many Horses comes to tears thinking about her health and legal problems that are piling up. Upon being arrested, Many Horses blew a .326 BAC. She was taken directly to the Indian Health Service emergency room to be evaluated by physicians assistant. Many Horses was later taken to jail.
Waylene Many Horses comes to tears thinking about her health and legal problems that are piling up. Upon being arrested, Many Horses blew a .326 BAC. She was taken directly to the Indian Health Service emergency room to be evaluated by physicians assistant. Many Horses was later taken to jail.
 Corel Little Owl shows a friend photographs of her family members from around the turn of the century. Little Owl lives in Solen, N.D. on the Standing Rock Reservation.
Corel Little Owl shows a friend photographs of her family members from around the turn of the century. Little Owl lives in Solen, N.D. on the Standing Rock Reservation.
 An open stretch of road along Highway 6 on the Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota.
An open stretch of road along Highway 6 on the Standing Rock Reservation in North Dakota.
 Five-year-old Quentin Elk plays in his grandmother's backyard in the Sioux Village neighborhood of Fort Yates, N.D. Sioux Village is a government subsidized housing development.
Five-year-old Quentin Elk plays in his grandmother's backyard in the Sioux Village neighborhood of Fort Yates, N.D. Sioux Village is a government subsidized housing development.
 A vehicle stopped by a tree, ending a high-speed chase with police officers. The driver fled the scene and police left the vehicle to be picked up in the morning by the owner.
A vehicle stopped by a tree, ending a high-speed chase with police officers. The driver fled the scene and police left the vehicle to be picked up in the morning by the owner.
 Charles Holy Bear, left, Ted Rough Surface, and Sam Rough Surface have beers at Club Diamond Z, a bar in Fort Yates, N.D.
Charles Holy Bear, left, Ted Rough Surface, and Sam Rough Surface have beers at Club Diamond Z, a bar in Fort Yates, N.D.
 Billy sits in front of his trailer in with a six-pack and a bottle of vodka on Sunday morning in Solen, N.D. Many of the calls that tribal police get are alcohol related.
Billy sits in front of his trailer in with a six-pack and a bottle of vodka on Sunday morning in Solen, N.D. Many of the calls that tribal police get are alcohol related.
 The rate of violent crimes on reservations is higher than the rest of rural America. The Standing Rock Reservation sprawls out over 3,472 square miles, spilling into both North Dakota and South Dakota.
The rate of violent crimes on reservations is higher than the rest of rural America. The Standing Rock Reservation sprawls out over 3,472 square miles, spilling into both North Dakota and South Dakota.
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