Bond County Sheriff’s Department Showcases K-9 Unit

A popular attraction at the Paws In The Park event on September 19 was a demonstration presented by Bond County Deputy Dave Dunn and his police dog, Bade (pronounced “Buddy”).

A large audience watched the demonstration. Deputy Dunn was assisted by Pocahontas Police Chief Geno Feazel.

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The police dog found narcotics hidden on a parked vehicle, and Dunn demonstrated how the dog obeys his orders to subdue a suspect.

Dunn believes demonstrations of the K-9 unit are important to show the public the capabilities of the dog.

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The deputy advised that the K-9 unit is not only available for Bond County cases, but can also be used in nearby counties.

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The demonstration at Paws in the Park was well received by those who attended. The event took place at Patriot’s Park.

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