PIERRE — A Rapid City man has been indicted for Escape by a federal grand jury. Acting U-S Attorney Dennis Holmes says 36 year-old David Low Dog was indicted July 13 and entered a not guilty plea to the Indictment on July 22. The Indictment alleges Low Dog escaped from U-S Marshals while on a temporary furlough on May 21st. Low Dog is accused of failing to comply with an order issued by the U-S District Court while being held for the Marshals Service by the Hughes County Jail in Pierre. The maximum penalty for Escape from Custody and Criminal Contempt is five years in federal prison and or a 250-thousand dollar fine along with three years of probation and possible restitution. Low Dog is back in the custody of the U-S Marshal’s Service pending trial. A date for the trial has not been set.