South Dakota Highway Patrol to Receive Money for Police Service Dog from Drug Control Fund

  
South Dakota Highway Patrol to Receive Money for Police Service Dog from Drug Control Fund

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE :  Friday, January 3, 2014  
CONTACT:  Sara Rabern (605)773-3215   

 

South Dakota Highway Patrol to Receive Money for Police Service Dog from Drug Control Fund

 
PIERRE, S.D  -  Attorney General Marty Jackley announced today that the South Dakota Highway Patrol has been awarded $8,500  to purchase a police service dog to be used in drug investigations. The money was awarded out of the Drug Control Fund. The award will assist local law enforcement in drug control and apprehension purposes.
 “The Drug Control Fund was created for exactly this type of expenditure to assist law enforcement in protecting our communities from monies taken from criminal activity,” said Jackley. “The South Dakota Highway Patrol plays a key role in drug interdiction and the addition of another service dog will benefit law enforcement statewide.”
If you have any additional questions contact Sara Rabern at (605)773-3215.

 

 

 

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