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New Drug Dog Hits Ocean City Boardwalk

by Associated Press posted Jun 26 2013 5:44AM
  OCEAN CITY, Md. (AP) - The Ocean City Police Department has a new drug detection dog.
 
     Police say Officer Nicholas Forsyth and his K-9 partner Goro have graduated from a 6-week training program in Pennsylvania. Goro is an 18-month-old Belgian Malinois and came to the department from Holland.
 
     The officer and K-9 have been trained in apprehension techniques, narcotics detection, searching and tracking.
 
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06/26/2013 5:44AM
New Drug Dog Hits Ocean City Boardwalk
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