PIERRE, S.D. – (DRG News) The Corson County Sheriff’s Office has been awarded money to use for the purchase of a K-9 replacement vehicle. The unit will be utilized in drug investigations. Attorney General Marty Jackley says the $20,000 that was provided for the county comes from the Drug Control Fund. It will assist law enforcers in Corson County in drug control and apprehension efforts. In a press release, Corson County Sheriff Keith Gall says the county K-9 unit is the only state certified drug dog in the north central part of the state and surrounding agencies can use the services, too. Gall says the money will allow Corson County to keep the drug dog program active and to keep communities and roadways safe.
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