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Grangeville Police Officer Wes Walters (right) and his dog, Taser, are presented a certificate by GPD Chief Morgan Drew for completing 80 hours of controlled substance canine training through the Idaho POST Academy.

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Grangeville Police Officer Wes Walters (right) and his dog, Taser, are presented a certificate by GPD Chief Morgan Drew for completing 80 hours of controlled substance canine training through the Idaho POST Academy.

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Taser Demonstration

Grangeville Police Officer Wes Walters and his dog, Taser, were recently certified through the Idaho POST Academy for completing 80 hours of controlled substance canine training. At the May 19 Grangeville City Council meeting, Walters and Taser conducted a demonstration of their detection abilities with drug training aides. A 4-year-old German Shepherd, Taser is certified to find methamphetamine, marijuana, heroin and cocaine. He is the first GPD narcotics detection dog in the city’s history.

Grangeville Police Officer Wes Walters and his dog, Taser, were recently certified through the Idaho POST Academy for completing 80 hours of controlled substance canine training. At the May 19 Grangeville City Council meeting, Walters and Taser conducted a demonstration of their detection abilities with drug training aides. A 4-year-old German Shepherd, Taser is certified to find methamphetamine, marijuana, heroin and cocaine. He is the first GPD narcotics detection dog in the city’s history.

Grangeville Police Officer Wes Walters (right) and his dog, Taser, are presented a certificate by GPD Chief Morgan Drew for completing 80 hours of controlled substance canine training through the Idaho POST Academy. The presentation was made at the May 19 Grangeville City Council meeting where Walters and Taser conducted a demonstration of their detection abilities with drug training aides. A 4-year-old German Shepherd, Taser is certified to find methamphetamine, marijuana, heroin and cocaine. He is the first GPD narcotics detection dog in the city’s history.

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