Detroit Bomb Squad’s business is booming Increasingly hectic workload attributed to increasing awareness of possible threats, finding old grenades in attic Check out this story on detroitnews.com: http://detne.ws/2mqwQdZ Link.
A second death has been linked to the use of a new drug called NBOMe – dubbed N-Bomb because of its powerful effects … about 50m from the holiday lodge in which he was staying. A police a dog unit, helicopter and drone team, along with Cornwall Search … Link.
Drug-sniffing … and used the dog to search specific rooms in the justice center.” A visual search of the jail followed the sweep by the canine as well, he said. Chody hinted they might be able to identify the person who called in the bomb threat in … Link.
Holiday Brit drowned after 'getting intensely high on N-bomb drug'
Daniel Steven Horton, 19, of London, was reported missing on March 3 last year sparking a mass police search made up of dogs, a helicopter and drones. His body was discovered in a pond a day later about 50 metres from the holiday lodge in Cornwall …
Daniel Steven Horton, 19, of London, was reported missing on March 3 last year sparking a mass police search made up of dogs, a helicopter … A toxicology test showed the drug was a 25C-NBOMe psychoactive drug dubbed “N-Bomb” which causes paranoia … Link.
… the fourth dog to join North Myrtle Beach’s police canine force. He joins two other narcotics dogs and one bomb dog. However, because of Diesel’s advanced narcotics training, he will be sniffing out drugs, helping serve home warrants, and searching … Link.
Faith Schindler, Princess’s owner, learned to handle her at Canine Partners for … Her siblings were also service dogs. One of her brothers was trained in bomb detection and worked for Penn State, and another specialized in drug detection for the … Link.
His body was discovered in a pond day later after a police search team – including dogs … taken a drug he believed to be LSD with his friend while on holiday in Liskeard ,Cornwall. But the drug turned out to be the former legal high, N-Bomb, and … Link.
with specific dogs trained in tracking, drug-detection, arson-accelerant detection, and bomb work. Two more units – patrol and arson – are being trained to join the department this year. The Sheriff’s Office K-9 units are available to all police … Link.
… is the fourth dog to join North Myrtle Beach’s police canine force. He joins two other narcotics dogs and one bomb dog. However, Diesel’s advanced narcotics training means he will be sniffing out drugs, helping serve home warrants, and searching for … Link.