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#221bTactical gets its name from Scottish author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s famous fictional detective, Sherlock Holmes. 221b Baker Street was Holmes’ address in London, as written by Doyle. One of the things Sherlock Holmes was most famous for was his “logistical reasoning” and uncanny intuition when solving crimes. One of Sherlock Holmes’ most famous quotes is the foundation of our motto here at 221b Tactical: “When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.” 4th Annual International Police K-9 Conference & Vendor Show
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Caught Cigan today! After some fine tuning, we worked on getting Cigan comfortable biting on the inner arm/bicep area. This target tends to make some dogs uncomfortable because of how close they are to the human’s face. We are also working on getting Cigan to punch and grip instead of rip and pull which is what comes natural for him. #k9#k9unit#k9training#usaf#workingdogsofig#dogsofinstagram
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🎞 Pursuit driver punches bosco the determined POLICE dog in five-hour standoff 🎞
A pursuit driver unleashed a barrage of punches, but a determined police dog named Bosco refused to let go and helped bring a five-hour standoff to an end Sunday night in Orange County.
The standoff began about 5:45 p.m. on Lincoln Avenue and North Batavia Street, according to Orange police Sgt. Trevor Cullen and Anaheim police. The suspect was taken into custody about 10:30 p.m. after Bosco, who has been with the Orange Police Department since 2013, clamped onto his arm and pulled him from the pickup.
The man, identified as 55-year-old Steve Montee, punched the dog several times, landing a few glancing blows on Bosco's head.
The pursuit began after a crash in Orange.
The car was spotted and police tried to pull Montee over, but he refused and a pursuit began, Cullen said. The driver went northbound on the Costa Mesa (55) Freeway and then westbound on the Riverside (91) Freeway before exiting on Kingsley and traveling down as far as Lincoln and Batavia.
According to police, Montee then ran out of gas. While in his car, Montee began threatening to harm police officers and saying that he wanted them to die, said Orange Police Department Sgt. Phil McMullin.
Negotiators tried in vain to talk him out of his vehicle and were forced to resort to shooting pepper spray through the back window.
Police say Bosco, who is credited with 60 arrest assists in his five years with the department, is trained to hold his bite until ordered to let go. But since Montee continued to resist, more damage was done to his arm.
Montee pled guilty to possessing and being under the influence of a controlled substance in 2005 and to reckless driving, evading police and driving under drugs in 2016