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Video: Rookie Police K-9 Locates Missing New York Teen

June 27, 2014
A day after completing the Yonkers Police Department's K-9 Academy, Rookie, Ramapo (N.Y.) PD's newest service dog, made his first save, locating a missing New City teenager.

Rookie Police K-9 Locates Missing New York Teen

June 27, 2014

A day after completing the Yonkers Police Department's K-9 Academy, Rookie, Ramapo's newest service dog, made his first save, locating a missing New City teenager. On Wednesday, Rookie was one of six dogs to celebrate the completion of a 17-week course with the Yonkers Police Department, which trains police dogs from across the region. Read Full Story Here.

New York K-9 Dies During Training

June 19, 2014
Officers from multiple Orange County Departments who were at the training, as well as Middletown officers, used patrol cars to do a sort of rolling roadblock of intersections along the way, to speed the cruiser with Axe to Middletown and the Monhagen Veterinary Hospital.

Video: 3 Law Enforcement Trained Dogs Stolen From Facility

June 2, 2014
Three purebred German Shepard dogs were stolen from a law enforcement K-9 training center outside of Denver on Friday.

3 Law Enforcement Trained Dogs Stolen From Facility

June 2, 2014

Three dogs that were being trained for use in law enforcement were stolen from a kennel at a facility outside Denver where the animals are trained, Douglas County Sheriff's officials said.

The dogs, which where found to be missing from their kennels Friday, could not have gotten out without someone releasing them, according to police. Read story here.

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