Taking a bite out of crime

Sandusky Police canine shows his abilities during demonstration Saturday
Luke Wark
Jul 27, 2014

Visitors to Mad River Harley Davidson got the opportunity to watch the newest member of the Sandusky Police Department practice taking a bite out of crime on Saturday. The canine and his handler, officer Evan Estet, as well as detective Adam West and Justice, the department's current canine, demonstrated their attack abilities to the gathered audience. One at a time and on command the canines attacked bite sleeves worn by the officer and detective. After the demonstrations spectators got the chance to meet and pet the two dogs if they wished.

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Erie County Resident

Why is Sandusky PD doing this out in Perkins instead of doing it in the city so they can put some fear in the "Hoodrats" the pooches will be chasing (and biting) anyway?