Meet LCSO's newest Bloodhound, Rommel. He is a 10 week old liver colored bloodhound now assigned to Master Deputy Meintzschel. Rommel will soon begin his rigorous training to support the community by locating missing persons, fugitives, and evidence. Welcome aboard Rommel! pic.twitter.com/v8sP0aLnY0— LCSO Alerts (@LCSOAlerts) April 5, 2019
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Although our new bloodhound was named after a childhood pet of the handler, he learned that his name is also tied to a Nazi war criminal. MD Meintzschel immediately rectify the issue I renaming him scout! Welcome Scout to LCSO! pic.twitter.com/Fp41rsqtPY
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