Successful Find!  INBTI Vice President and Pittsylvania County Sheriff’s Office K9 Handler Sgt. Michael Szelc.

Successful Find!  INBTI Vice President and Pittsylvania County Sheriff’s Office K9 Handler Sgt. Michael Szelc.

**SUCCESSFUL CASE***   INBTI Vice President and Pittsylvania County Sheriff’s Office K9 Handler Sgt. Michael Szelc.   On 8/29/22 I was dispatched to a location where a subject with Felony…
Successful Find!  Pittsylvania County Sheriff’s Office K9 Handler Deputy Steve Hairston

Successful Find!  Pittsylvania County Sheriff’s Office K9 Handler Deputy Steve Hairston

**SUCCESSFUL CASE***   Pittsylvania County Sheriff’s Office K9 Handler Deputy Steve Hairston   September 2022 - Deputy Hairston and K9 Joker responded to a call for a subject that needed…
Successful Find!  Deputy Steve Hairston

Successful Find!  Deputy Steve Hairston

**SUCCESSFUL CASE*** Reported by INBTI Vice President Michael Szelc Deputy Steve Hairston of the Pittsylvania County Sheriffs Office has been added to our TEAM as another Bloodhound. Joker is from…
Successful Find!  Team 66

Successful Find!  Team 66

Great job to INBTI members Christy Sallada and Team 66 in their successful find. Special Unit 66 Search & Rescue November 2, 2021  ·  Last evening our team deployed to Cumberland County for…
Successful Find!  Cpl. Adam Reynolds

Successful Find!  Cpl. Adam Reynolds

**SUCCESSFUL CASE*** Pittsylvania County Sheriff’s Office K9 Handler Cpl. Adam Reynolds. On 8/19/2021 a call was received reporting that a subject had abducted, strangled, and assaulted his mother during a…

Successful Find!  Pittsylvania County Sheriff’s Office K9 Handler Deputy Steve Hairston

**SUCCESSFUL CASE***
 
Pittsylvania County Sheriff’s Office K9 Handler Deputy Steve Hairston
 
September 2022 - Deputy Hairston and K9 Joker responded to a call for a subject that needed a mental evaluation. Prior to their arrival the subject left his residence on foot into a nearby wooded area. A pair of pants were obtained from within the residence and presented to Joker in the area the subject was last seen. Casting for the trail, Joker identified the scent and led into the woods. Crossing over several gravel and dirt roads and through heavy vegetation they continued for 1.25 miles before locating the subject laying down in the bushes. The subject was safely transported to get a mental evaluation. Another reason to component train. Good job Steve.

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