LPD K-9's Compete to be Top Dog

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LAREDO, Texas (KGNS) - Several law enforcement agencies show off their skills as part of Police Week.

Each K-9 team searched an area containing narcotics for three minutes.

It was the third annual K-9 Team Competition at United High School.

Dozens of law enforcement agencies competed to be "top dog" by completing several obstacles.

Each K-9 team searched an area containing narcotics for three minutes. The top ten winners were awarded with a plaque or medal at the end of the event.

"Kinda get out and have some fun. It's Police Week," says Sgt. Jorge Luna, of the Laredo Police Department. "Our K-9 officers want to get them out of the field and have some friendly competition between our departments and show off some skills. To see who the bigger dog is today."

Other agencies who took part in the event were both school districts, Border Patrol, constables and the Webb County Sheriff.



 
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