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Police body camera: Ellerman arrest

The Feb. 12, 2019 arrest of Lucas Ellerman included a police K9 being placed in the vehicle. The body camera video was released 10/30/2019.

Police dog helps take suspect into custody

Spokane Valley Sheriff’s deputies on Tuesday responded to 911 caller who stated a man kicked in the door of a home and went inside. At about 7:30 p.m., deputies arrived and approached the house on the 5800 block of East Fourth Avenue in Spokane Valley. The house was occupied by a person with a domestic violence protection order against the man suspected of entering the house, and the person under the protection order didn’t give permission for the deputies to enter, according to a sheriff’s office news release.

Police dog sniffs out Spokane Valley shoplifting suspect

The Spokane County Sheriff’s Office says deputies used a police dog to apprehend a woman who allegedly stole from a Shopko store in Spokane Valley, assaulted employees and then trespassed into a neighboring home to hide in a closet.

Review: ‘Megan Leavey’ is unique movie about war

Based on a true story, “Megan Leavey” is a unique movie about war. It’s a story of heroism, sacrifice, and connection forged on the battlefield, but it’s remarkable in how the story it tells is so deeply personal that it obfuscates the political. The focus is on the troops, as it should be, and in this case, troops whose stories haven’t always been seen on screen – the women, and the canine.

K-9s training in five-week class in Newman Lake

Two weeks ago Rebel was just an average Dutch Shepherd and Chewelah police Officer Matt Miller was just your average patrol cop, but now Rebel strains at the leash and whines eagerly when it’s time to train with Miller to sniff out drugs.