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The 55 pound, 2-year-old Belgian Malinois named Oakley and Hubbard County Sheriff Dan Kruchowski will be giving a demonstration Tuesday, Aug. 2, for the Night to Unite event at the Law Enforcement Center. They will be training for narcotics detection, patrol and tracking from early in the day until late. The county recently purchased Oakley from a Minnesota breeder. The county has previously had German shepherds. (Abbie Grossman / Enterprise Intern)

UPDATED: Hubbard County K-9 officer, police officer hurt responding to suicide call

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Hubbard County's K-9 officer suffered a broken hand trying to apprehend a suspect Tuesday night, but his dog made the collar on his own. Park Rapids police officer Justin Frette was bitten during he scuffle and required medical attention to clean the bite wound.

Officers were called to a Park Rapids location for a suicidal male.

Hubbard County K-9 Dep. Dan Kruchowski assisted police in the response.

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Sarah Smith is the outdoors editor. She covers Hubbard County, courts and breaking news.

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