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The newest four-legged member of a Southern California police department helped find 60 pounds of methamphetamine on Saturday in his first bust for the force.
The West Covina Police Department said in a Facebook post the dog, named Rye, was called in after officers found the meth stuffed under the driver’s seat of a vehicle that was pulled over for a traffic stop on the Interstate 10 Freeway, about 20 miles east of Los Angeles.
The article goes on to state the following:
Rye then sniffed out additional meth in two hidden compartments, located under the driver’s seat and under the front passenger seat, according to police.
Traffic Stop leads to Arrest of Suspect
in Possession of 60lbs of Methamphetamine.
K9 Rye is the departments newest K9, and was field certified in narcotic detection in April 2018. This is Rye’s first narcotics detection since being field certified. pic.twitter.com/Z37iSgan2w
— West Covina Police (@WestCovinaPD) May 20, 2018
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