No illegal narcotics at BHS sweep


The Blanchester Police Department on Thursday swept Blanchester High School with two drug-sniffing dogs. The effort turned up no illegal narcotics. The dogs and handlers were provided under contract by K9 Solutions of New Carlisle, Ohio. Last year the police department entered into a unique, cost-effective public/private sector contract with K9 Solutions, which provides drug-sniffing dogs and handlers to the police department as needed for a set fee, eliminating the overhead associated with traditional police K9 programs, according to Chief Scott Reinbolt. Shown are Ptl. James Beckelhymer with a K9 Solutions representative and K9 “Remington” sniffing lockers.

The Blanchester Police Department on Thursday swept Blanchester High School with two drug-sniffing dogs. The effort turned up no illegal narcotics. The dogs and handlers were provided under contract by K9 Solutions of New Carlisle, Ohio. Last year the police department entered into a unique, cost-effective public/private sector contract with K9 Solutions, which provides drug-sniffing dogs and handlers to the police department as needed for a set fee, eliminating the overhead associated with traditional police K9 programs, according to Chief Scott Reinbolt. Shown are Ptl. James Beckelhymer with a K9 Solutions representative and K9 “Remington” sniffing lockers.


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K9 “Bot”, shown with a K9 Solutions representative, sniffs a backpack at Blanchester High School.


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The Blanchester Police Department on Thursday swept Blanchester High School with two drug-sniffing dogs. The effort turned up no illegal narcotics. The dogs and handlers were provided under contract by K9 Solutions of New Carlisle, Ohio. Last year the police department entered into a unique, cost-effective public/private sector contract with K9 Solutions, which provides drug-sniffing dogs and handlers to the police department as needed for a set fee, eliminating the overhead associated with traditional police K9 programs, according to Chief Scott Reinbolt. Shown are Ptl. James Beckelhymer with a K9 Solutions representative and K9 “Remington” sniffing lockers.

K9 “Bot”, shown with a K9 Solutions representative, sniffs a backpack at Blanchester High School.

The Blanchester Police Department on Thursday swept Blanchester High School with two drug-sniffing dogs. The effort turned up no illegal narcotics. The dogs and handlers were provided under contract by K9 Solutions of New Carlisle, Ohio. Last year the police department entered into a unique, cost-effective public/private sector contract with K9 Solutions, which provides drug-sniffing dogs and handlers to the police department as needed for a set fee, eliminating the overhead associated with traditional police K9 programs, according to Chief Scott Reinbolt. Shown are Ptl. James Beckelhymer with a K9 Solutions representative and K9 “Remington” sniffing lockers.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/09/web1_BlanSchoolSniff2cr51.jpgThe Blanchester Police Department on Thursday swept Blanchester High School with two drug-sniffing dogs. The effort turned up no illegal narcotics. The dogs and handlers were provided under contract by K9 Solutions of New Carlisle, Ohio. Last year the police department entered into a unique, cost-effective public/private sector contract with K9 Solutions, which provides drug-sniffing dogs and handlers to the police department as needed for a set fee, eliminating the overhead associated with traditional police K9 programs, according to Chief Scott Reinbolt. Shown are Ptl. James Beckelhymer with a K9 Solutions representative and K9 “Remington” sniffing lockers. Courtesy photo

K9 “Bot”, shown with a K9 Solutions representative, sniffs a backpack at Blanchester High School.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2015/09/web1_BlanSchoolSniff-1cr8.jpgK9 “Bot”, shown with a K9 Solutions representative, sniffs a backpack at Blanchester High School. Courtesy photo