Oklahoma City sergeant, K9 recognized for outstanding efforts in seizing narcotics

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OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – An Oklahoma City police sergeant and his K9 partner were recognized for their hard work in seizing narcotics in central Oklahoma.

Sgt. Ryan Keever and K9 Ronin were selected as the Association of Oklahoma Narcotics Enforcers Region 1 K9 Team of the Year.

Keever and Ronin are assigned to the Central Oklahoma Metro Interdiction Team (C.O.M.I.T.), under the direction of the Oklahoma County District Attorney’s Office.

C.O.M.I.T. “is designed in concept and strategy to detect and apprehend in-transit criminals through traffic enforcement,” police say.

From April 2018 to April 2019, Keever and Ronin have assisted in seizing the following:

  • 2,307 pounds of marijuana
  • 10 pounds of cocaine
  • 2.5 pounds of heroin
  • 18 pounds of methamphetamine
  • 10 pounds of fentanyl
  • 442 vials of THC
  • $515,846 in bulk currency

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