Oregon Man's Dog Flings Drug-Filled Sock Toward Deputy
February 17, 2011
A Sherman County (Ore.) Sheriff's deputy had help from a suspect's pit bull during a vehicle stop, when the dog wrestled away a marijuana-filled sock and tossed it toward the officer, reports MyCentralOregon.
The dog grabbed the hidden drugs by the teeth, after the deputy pulled over the owner's truck, and tossed the sock out of the vehicle's window.
Read the full story at MyCentralOregon.com.
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Laura @ 2/19/2011 7:21 AM
OMG You just have to love this dog for making the officers job so much easier.
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