These include methamphetamine, heroin, cocaine, ecstasy, and marijuana.
He is also certified in human tracking, whether it be criminal or a missing or lost person. Nitro will be handled and live with Deputy Josh Durbin, who is 3.5 year veteran of the office. Deputy Durbin has met all the qualifications set out before him and has received his certification as a K-9 handler.
Nitro was purchased from Alpha Canines LLC, a Kentucky based kennel specializing in law enforcement dogs. The purchase of this dog was completely made possible by the support of the community in form of donations.
A list will be provided at a later date.
The Adair County Sheriff’s Office is excited to get this program started and we believe it will be beneficial to our efforts in combating the drug problem in the county.
It will not stop the problem in itself, but anything that helps us remove any narcotics from our community is one less opportunity that they will fall into to the hands of our loved ones.
(Adair County Sheriffs Office – Sheriff Josh Brockman)