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Cheyenne County Sheriff's Office Buying Drug Dog

 


The Cheyenne County Commissioners Monday approved the purchase of a new drug-detection dog for the sheriff's department.

The dog will be purchased from IronHeart High Performance Working Dogs, Inc.

The challenge, according to Sheriff Adam Frerichs, has been to procure a dog trained according to the latest political policy. He said with decisions made in neighboring states regarding marijuana and debate in Nebraska on legalizing marijuana products, he waited to see what the state would do.

“Once you train a dog to detect marijuana, you can't un-train them,” he said.

The state recently...



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