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Grady County Adds K-9 Deputies To Sheriff's Office

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Deputy Zac Davis with Brando, and Deputy Steve Gilliam with Kaspin. Deputy Zac Davis with Brando, and Deputy Steve Gilliam with Kaspin.
GRADY COUNTY, Oklahoma -

The Grady County Sheriff's Office has added two K-9 deputies to its force to help track down criminals and detect drugs.

The dogs, Brando and Kaspin, are Belgian Malinois breed. They're from Belgrade Serbia, and are currently being trained in Tulsa in narcotics detection, tracking, criminal apprehension, handler protection, and searching for evidence.

The K-9s will finish their training next month. They'll then be on the streets with their partners, Deputy Zac Davis and Deputy Steve Gilliam.

With the addition of Brando and Kaspin, Grady County will have four K-9s patrolling the streets.

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