Rogers County K-9 Unit is responsible for working drugs as part of their normal daily schedule. It may be as simple as arresting someone on a traffic stop for possession of drugs or as complex as working a large case which can take time. As information is gathered on suspected drug dealers or manufacturing operations, a file is started. All tips are investigated and as the information is verified or more tips are received we begin to "put the pieces together"and form a plan. Once enough information is received for a search warrant on a person or place,a judge will review the information. If the information meets the required criteria, the judge will sign the warrant. Officers will meet, finalize plans and execute the search warrant. Sometimes these plans can be finalized in days, but it can take weeks or months to work a large case.
Rogers County K-9 Unit consists of:
- Jack, a shepherd, male, under the direction of Deputy Moree