EBRSO K-9 Division wins big at Canine Trials
BATON ROUGE- The East Baton Rouge Sheriff’s Office K-9 Division attended the United States Canine Association (USPCA) Region 10 field trails hosted by BRPD/EBRSO and placed for multiple awards.
The trials were for patrol canines and narcotics detection canine teams.
Captain James Broussard’s K-9 “INDO” won first place in the trials for obedience, criminal apprehension, scent work, patrol K-9. INDO also placed third in agility.
Cpl. Diana Wales’ K-9 “ENZO” placed third in the trials for obedience, scent work, and place fifth for patrol K-9.
Cpl. Cody Grace’s K-9 “LENNOX” placed first in scent work and Deputy Gaston Bourg’s K-9 “KEES” placed second for agility.
Sgt. Shannon Graham’s K-9 “MYLO” place first in narcotics detection for in indoor search, outdoor search and narcotics detection K-9.
Deputy Ryan Fontenot’s K-9 “LIZA” placed first in bomb detection for indoor search, parcel search and bomb detection K-9.
Lt. Steven Whitstine received the “Mark Beck” Sportsmanship Award.
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