Ollie brings home the gold


Delaware police dog Ollie, handled by Officer Adam Graham, took a gold and two silver medals at the recent Ohio Police and Fire Games this month in Fairfield County. Ollie took gold in article searches and silver in apprehension and control and in narcotic vehicle sniff. The event drew competitors from across Ohio, neighboring states and international locales, city officials report. Ollie and Graham competed in the six police-dog events.


Courtesy photo | City of Delaware

Delaware police dog Ollie, handled by Officer Adam Graham, took a gold and two silver medals at the recent Ohio Police and Fire Games this month in Fairfield County. Ollie took gold in article searches and silver in apprehension and control and in narcotic vehicle sniff. The event drew competitors from across Ohio, neighboring states and international locales, city officials report. Ollie and Graham competed in the six police-dog events.

Delaware police dog Ollie, handled by Officer Adam Graham, took a gold and two silver medals at the recent Ohio Police and Fire Games this month in Fairfield County. Ollie took gold in article searches and silver in apprehension and control and in narcotic vehicle sniff. The event drew competitors from across Ohio, neighboring states and international locales, city officials report. Ollie and Graham competed in the six police-dog events.
http://delgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_IMG_1473.jpgDelaware police dog Ollie, handled by Officer Adam Graham, took a gold and two silver medals at the recent Ohio Police and Fire Games this month in Fairfield County. Ollie took gold in article searches and silver in apprehension and control and in narcotic vehicle sniff. The event drew competitors from across Ohio, neighboring states and international locales, city officials report. Ollie and Graham competed in the six police-dog events. Courtesy photo | City of Delaware
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