County gets new K-9; 2012 budget to be lean and mean
Hubbard County's new K-9 officer will be getting a new dog.
Oakley, a Belgian Malinois (pronounced MAL-in-wah) will soon be joining the force.
The sheriff's department hired the Park Rapids Police Department's K-9 officer, Dan Kruchowski, earlier this spring.
Oakley comes from a Rogers breeder and trainer and will cost $10,000. The county board approved the expenditure Wednesday.
"The demo was phenomenal," Sheriff Cory Aukes told the board.
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