A Rapid City storage shed rented out by Mid Central Educational Cooperative does not contain any evidence to help investigators in the GEAR UP criminal case. 

Mid Central Educational Cooperative’s Interim Director, Bob Krietlow, and investigators with the Department of Criminal Investigation opened up the storage shed this week.  

No one at Mid Central knew what was inside of it.  Attorney General Marty Jackley tells KELOLAND News there were a lot of items that were purchased with taxpayer money, including chairs and desks. Those have been turned over to Black Hills State University where the GEAR UP program is being administered.