New Drug Detecting Dog At Pct. 4 Constable's Office
May 15, 2013 at 4:32 PM CST
May 15, 2013
The newest member to the precinct four constable office is four legged. "This is our first k-9 dog here in this precinct and that's why we're real proud of it." Devally says this is just another way of stopping drugs get . "Us helping out on the war on drugs is essential, especially when we want to stop this flow coming in." He says there's only so much they can do to locate the drugs. With the k-9, there's a better chance at finding them. "The scent the dogs have is just incredible, ten times better scent than a human." The k-9 can locate drugs in building, cars and even trailers. "If there's a school out there that needs assistance or wants help to run the canine through the schools, we'll do that." Another addition they are looking into getting is a bomb detecting dog. He says after the Boston bombing situation, everyone is on high alert. "Everybody carries backpacks and so now everybody is looking around like 'Oh my gosh, what's that?'" To remove that fear from people's thoughts, Devally is hoping to get the bomb detecting dog soon. "If it happened there, it can happen anywhere."