Oklahoma City police’s newest K9 makes first apprehension

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OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – One of the newest members of the Oklahoma City Police Department is already making an impact.

Officials say their newest K-9 officer, Bear, just completed his 14-week training program and began his patrol with MSgt. Brian Cook.

During one arrest on Tuesday night, Bear was called in to track down a suspect who ran from a stolen car.

Authorities say it marked Bear’s first apprehension with the department.

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