FORT PIERRE — A central South Dakota man with a long criminal history in Hughes, Stanley and Sully Counties has been sentenced to nearly 30 years in prison on charges dating back to 2019. Stanley County States Attorney Tom Maher says a total of five criminal cases in the three counties were combined in a sentencing hearing on Monday for 29 year-old Travis Long Fox. One case involved Long Fox resisting arrest while another dealt with Long Fox’s involvement in the burglary and firearms theft from a Sully County lodge. Yet another case involved Long Fox and Shandon Bad Warrior breaking into a Fort Pierre bar and restaurant, vandalizing buildings and taking cash a motorcycle and personal property. On the same night, July 22nd of 2019, Long Fox stole a vehicle and property from homes in Pierre. In a plea agreement Long Fox pleaded guilty to numerous charges of grand theft, vandalism and burglary and admitting to being a Habitual Offender. Long Fox got eight years for two Hughes County grand theft charges, 10 years for felony vandalism and burglary in Stanley County and 10 years for burglary in Sully County. The Hughes and Stanley County sentences will be served at the same time, while Long Fox will serve the Sully County time at the end of the Hughes and Stanley County sentence.