***SUCCESSFUL CASES *** News from Africa Jan 2024

***SUCCESSFUL CASES *** News from Africa Jan 2024

***SUCCESSFUL CASES *** News from Africa   Please note that some information about the below missions might not be included to avoid legal implications, etc.   1/2/2024 1)Mission for Ntumisang…
**SUCCESSFUL CASE***  Pittsylvania County Sheriff’s Office K9 Handler Deputy Larry Crews Jan 2024

**SUCCESSFUL CASE*** Pittsylvania County Sheriff’s Office K9 Handler Deputy Larry Crews Jan 2024

**SUCCESSFUL CASE***   Pittsylvania County Sheriff’s Office K9 Handler Deputy Larry Crews   January 26, 2024, we were called to run a trail on a missing person. The subjects vehicle…
**SUCCESSFUL CASE***  Bedford County Sheriffs Office K9 Handler Sgt. Keith Hall Jan 2024

**SUCCESSFUL CASE*** Bedford County Sheriffs Office K9 Handler Sgt. Keith Hall Jan 2024

**SUCCESSFUL CASE***     Bedford County Sheriffs Office K9 Handler Sgt. Keith Hall   January 29, 2024. At 1930 hours a female called in and advised that her approximately 30…
**SUCCESSFUL CASE***  Campbell County Sheriff’s Office K9 Handler Deputy Cameron Byrd Jan 2024

**SUCCESSFUL CASE*** Campbell County Sheriff’s Office K9 Handler Deputy Cameron Byrd Jan 2024

**SUCCESSFUL CASE***   Campbell County Sheriff’s Office K9 Handler Deputy Cameron Byrd   January 2024: I responded to a missing 5 year old with autism. The child went out the…
**SUCCESSFUL CASE***  Campbell County Sheriff’s Office K9 Handler Deputy Cameron Byrd June 2023

**SUCCESSFUL CASE*** Campbell County Sheriff’s Office K9 Handler Deputy Cameron Byrd June 2023

**SUCCESSFUL CASE***   Campbell County Sheriff’s Office K9 Handler Deputy Cameron Byrd   June 5, 2023. Deputy Cameron Byrd and K9 Dyson from Campbell County Sheriffs office was deployed in…

**SUCCESSFUL CASE*** Campbell County Sheriff’s Office K9 Handler Deputy Cameron Byrd June 2023

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Campbell County Sheriff’s Office K9 Handler Deputy Cameron Byrd
 
June 5, 2023. Deputy Cameron Byrd and K9 Dyson from Campbell County Sheriffs office was deployed in search of a subject with many felony warrants who had fled on foot from a residence while trying to serve warrants. No scent article was available but a witness observed the man run behind a house and into a tall grass field. The witness showed an area where he last saw the man. Deputy Byrd cast for scent, when Dyson showed a head turn, Byrd recognized the body language and put him on the trail. Dyson led through the field and along the edge of woods before encountering the subject where he was quickly placed into custody.
Mike Szelc: One of my favorite components is casting (cutting) a trail. By moving north/ south on an east/west trail with your K9 in harness but on flat collar, watch for sudden head turns and high interest in an area. When the K9 shows the distinctive alert, HOOK-UM. Good job Byrd

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