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New K-9 in training, should be on the street this summer

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The Prescott Police Department‘s newest K-9, Corey, currently training with officer Dan Smith, is progressing at an accelerated rate and should be on the street by early July.

Prescott Police K9 Officer Tyler Ellsworth traveled to Indiana with several members of the Phoenix Police Department’s K9 unit in March and chose Corey out of more than 30 dogs evaluated during their visit, said Lt. Ken Morley, patrol division supervisor for the Prescott Police Department.

Once Ellsworth chose Corey, a 22-month-old Czechoslovakian shepherd, the dog was flown back to Arizona by the Phoenix Police Department at no charge to the City of Prescott, Morley said.

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