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  • The sheriff's office in Douglas County, Neb., just finished a new $4.2 million crime lab and police-dog center thanks to money seized from people driving by on Interstate 80.

    County Sheriff Enjoys Fruits of Forfeitures

  • In Vancouver, British Columbia, a crime-watch volunteer last year sued the city for negligence, saying that when she was required to play the "suspect" in a police-dog training exercise, an 85-pound German shepherd named Ace bit her right shoulder and knocked her knee out of joint.

    Volunteer 5-0: Civilian Patrols Grow

  • Outside and below them, in the police-dog compound, a German shepherd began to bark and then suddenly went quiet.

    A Fine Red Rain

  • There are marks on the arm of Dana Phelps which he probably might say were made by the teeth of my police-dog, Schaef.

    The Dream Doctor

  • The assailant was an enormous and hyena-like German police-dog.

    Bruce

  • Seeing the approaching collie (always inveterate foe of his kind), the police-dog had gauged the distance and had launched his surprise attack with true Teuton sportsmanship and efficiency.

    Bruce

  • Like a furry whirlwind he was at the police-dog, fighting more like a wolf than a civilized collie -- tearing into his opponent with a maniac rage, snapping, slashing; his glittering white fangs driving at a dozen vulnerable points in a single second.

    Bruce

  • For, in traits as well as in looks, the police-dog often emulates the ghoulish hyena.

    Bruce

  • When the cloud settled, there was a deep gully in the ground where a moment earlier Bruce and the police-dog had waged their death-battle.

    Bruce

  • Authorities set up a perimeter and brought in police-dog teams, as well as the

    SplicedFeed

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