Daniel Arnold spent the last two months photographing parks in all five boroughs. The experience showed him “a very different pulse of the city.”
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MCMINNVILLE, Ore. — An Oregon family’s golden retriever has been honored by a sheriff for digging up $85,000 worth of black tar heroin in a family’s backyard. KATU-TV reported Friday that the owners of the 18-month-old dog named Kenyon thought he had dug up a time capsule in their backyard, so they decided to film...
- Resourceful golden retriever finds $85,000 of heroin in his backyard
By Emma Hinchliffe - Saturday Aug 19, 2017
Police dogs aren't the only ones sniffing out drugs.
A regular, untrained family golden retriever in Oregon dug up something interesting in his own backyard. The 18-month-old dog, Kenyon, came back with what his family thought was a time capsule.
After they all gathered around to see what was inside and film themselves opening it, they realized it was ... not a time capsule.
They called the police, and the Yamhill County Sheriff's Office identified the contents of the package: $85,000 worth of black tar heroin.
“Opioid addiction and overdose deaths are on the rise and with the help of Kenyon this large quantity of heroin is removed from our community," Yamhill County Sheriff Tim Svenson said in a Facebook post. Read more...More about Dogs, Drugs, Opioids, Golden Retriever, and Culture