Bloodhound handlers from around the country are in York County for a week-long wilderness training class for bloodhounds. Here, York County Sheriff’s Deputy Dustin Sierra leads Dixie, from the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office, away from the SLED helicopter after a training exercise Wednesday.
Bloodhound handlers from around the country are in York County for a week-long wilderness training class for bloodhounds. Here, York County Sheriff’s Deputy Dustin Sierra leads Dixie, from the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office, away from the SLED helicopter after a training exercise Wednesday. ANDY BURRISS Andy Burriss/The Herald
Bloodhound handlers from around the country are in York County for a week-long wilderness training class for bloodhounds. Here, York County Sheriff’s Deputy Dustin Sierra leads Dixie, from the Anderson County Sheriff’s Office, away from the SLED helicopter after a training exercise Wednesday. ANDY BURRISS Andy Burriss/The Herald

Police bloodhounds hot on the (training) trail in York County

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