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TextAccording to the report, the officer and his K-9 partner, Max, as well as another K-9 team were requested by Clay County Superior Court Judge J. Blaine Akers to carry out a simulated raid of a party with actors in place to help "educate the Clay County fifth-graders on drug awareness." He added the juveniles in the scenario met with officers prior to the start and were asked to remain still when the dogs searched for narcotics. McQueen said a very small amount of illegal drugs were hidden on one of the juveniles to show how the dogs can find even the smallest trace of an illegal substance. He added all this was done "under exclusive control and supervision of members of the court and law enforcement." Four scenarios were carried out that day with the incident occurring during the third scenario. "As I got closer to the actors, Max began searching the juveniles," according to the officer's report. "The first male juvenile began moving his legs around as Max searched him. When the male began moving his legs, (this is what) I believe prompted Max's action to bite the male juvenile on the left calf."
Text"(The mother) was very calm and polite," the officer's reported stated. "She asked me what had happened and I explained exactly as I have here in my report. She replied with 'it's OK, accidents happen.' She stated that her son was very tough and everything would be fine."
sounds like some conditioning being put into to place...got to start young you know...those pesky kids need to learn the law and how to act around peace officers......pretty sad what happened to the good old fashioned drug bus and a video?
Stupid question but was the officer arrested by his fellow officers for assault? Did the other officers unload on the dog? Mkay.