Police: 2 Decatur men arrested after hiding drugs in McDonald’s bag Herald & Review
DECATUR — Two men were arrested early Wednesday morning during a traffic stop for concealing 15 grams of methamphetamine in a fast food bag, police …
Sniffer bees trained with electric shocks ‘could revolutionise detective work’ by tracking down drugs and exp The Sun
COPS in Germany hope to deploy BEES trained by electric shock to track down drugs and bombs, according to reports. The so-called sniffer bees can be primed …
COPS in Germany hope to deploy BEES trained by electric shock to track down drugs and bombs … explosives and illegal narcotics. Officer Sonja Kessler, who keeps hives as a hobby, revealed her … Link.
Richmond Heights police need your help getting a new K9 officer: Here’s how you can donate WKYC.com
RICHMOND HEIGHTS, Ohio — Those adorable dogs in police vests have a very big purpose when they’re serving a police department. They can assist in …
RICHMOND HEIGHTS, Ohio — Those adorable dogs in police vests have a very big purpose when they’re serving a police department. They can assist in de-escalation, finding missing people, solving crimes, … Link.
Roseville/Bulletin police reports • Published August 19, 2019 Lillie News
Fake 21-day permit. A deputy was dispatched in the early morning hours of Aug. 8 to the Cub Foods in the 3700 block of Lexington Avenue on a report of …
Police in schools INQUIRER.net
Schools need to be safe. No quarrel over that, and if there have to be discussions, it should be about defining what the safety risks are, which range from drugs …
Woodhaven honors beloved past, present police dogs in wall tribute with photos, K9 prayer Southgate News Herald
Steel. Jax. Bruno. These three officers are being honored on a wall display inside the Woodhaven Police Department in recognition of the work, sacrifice and …
Peace, a new Omaha police dog, sniffs out explosives, ‘pulls like a horse’ Omaha World-Herald
The yellow Lab can detect 19000 different types of explosives, live ammunition, spent shell casings and firearms that have been used and discarded.
The legacy of Minoru Yasui: How a UO Law grad challenged the U.S. Supreme Court Oregon Daily Emerald
In the spring of 1986, more than 40 years after World War II so forcefully brought them together, two men met in a diner outside of Denver to catch up.