WARMINGTON: In Peel, there are no sleeping dogs, but some suspects are in the doghouse.

The Peel Regional Police K9 team is very shy, except with suspected criminals, that is.

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In the Peel region, they don’t call the dogs, but them.

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Perhaps the next Paw Patrol movie could star the amazing team of Peel Regional Police K9. Call it a dog day weekend.

“The pup-arazzi will be in on all of this and want to highlight not only their paw-some work, but also the paw-sibilities with @ PRPK9, ”Peel Regional Police tweeted.

The author of that tweet, Const. Akhil Mooken, you are right. Unleash the autograph dogs too. These K9 officers’ bite is definitely bigger than their bark.

At Peel, the entire K9 unit is very cool.

“Two nights of shocking results for pastors in” D “platoon this weekend,” unit K9 tweeted. “Griffin and Nitro from # K9 made arrests and located evidence in four investigations: a stabbing, a wanted man, a grocery store entry and leak, and a drunk driver.”

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Maybe this movie should be called Four Collars. Now there are a lot of people in the doghouse. Here are the scathing calls that blew the skin, courtesy of Const. Sarah Patten:

– Stabbing at Hurontario and Dundas Sts. where a 37-year-old victim runs away to her residence and calls the police. K9 searched the area with his uniformed partner and located a man matching the description, who upon search was found to have a knife in his pocket. A 54-year-old man was charged with aggravated battery.

– Responding to a possible person in crisis, the police found a man who refused to get out of a vehicle. With a little help from K9, the window was “smashed” and the driver was arrested for alleged tampering and possession of drugs.

– In Dixie and Britannia Rds., “K9 initiates a traffic stop” where “a man was arrested with an outstanding warrant.”

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– At Howden Blvd. and Vodden St. in Brampton on a break and entrance call, “two men were caught by uniformed officers leaving the store. PSD (Police Service Dog) Griffin locates tools for getting in and out “and” two grocery baskets full of groceries in the field behind the plaza. ”

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These doggie bags have helped detectives keep track of suspects as the investigation continues. Needless to say, there are no sleeping K9 dogs in the Peel region.

“We appreciate our furry-legged colleagues and their partners and their commitment to keeping the #PeelRegion safe!” Peel Police tweeted.

There’s a lot of puppy love in Peel, where these K9 cops were barking up the right tree. As these suspected criminals discovered, every dog ​​has its day.

And as Mooken said, Griffin and Nitro have earned a day off and a pat on the back.

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