City Looking To Replace K-9 Unit


The City of Huron is taking a swing at getting the State of South Dakota to pick up the cost of a brand new K-9 vehicle for the police department drug dog program. Public Safety Commissioner Mark Robish says the current car used to transport Cody is one of the oldest cars in the deparments fleet…


Police Cheif Gary Will, Jr. says the grant money comes from the State Drug Control Fund….


The current drug dog vehicle is a 2009 Dodge Charger with 105-thousand miles on it that Will says in a memo to the City Commission would last one more year, but has had the most maintainance costs in the last year. The 28-thousand 500 dollar grant request is for a 2013 Ford Police Utility Vehicle listed at 25-998 and a split K-9 cage with bracket for dish at two-thousand 510 dollars.

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