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Police in Arlington (TX) say a K9 who became overcome by heat while assisting officers during a search for an aggravated assault suspect has died.
Mojo the Belgian Malinois did not give up until his body gave in.
“Yeah, I think when you’re approached by an officer you should listen to what he’s saying or she’s saying and make sure you’re following their directives.” Video shows police stopping the man who led them on a chase on November 16, giving him orders over loudspeaker.
But he refuses to get out of his car for several minutes.
Then they let the dog maul his leg for several seconds.
All because they feared the man may run from the scene, which might endanger officers.
At that point we deployed our K9 to safely take him into custody,” Houston cop Lt. Footage of the arrest shows Houston cops huddled and hiding behind the door of a police SUV fearing the unarmed, dancing man as he busts a move, twerking and shimmying. Strange, strange times.” Houston resident Tom Eng told Click2Houston.
Gimi and Officer Blunck spent four months training with the Fort Worth Police Department K9 unit.
During this time, Gimi was trained and then certified by the National Narcotic Detector Dog Association in the detection of Marijuana, Heroin, Cocaine and Crack cocaine, and Methamphetamines.
Specially trained K9s provide high performance detection duties as they host 125 million to 500 million scent cells in comparison to a human’s 5 million scent cells.
For more information about the Texas K9 Officers Conference & Trials, visit call 713-523-COPS.