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    I just spent ALL night on a man hunt that involved a man form North Carolina. Apparently, he got hard up for cash and decided to rob 2 people (with an AXE) and one with a pistol. He must not have gotten enough as he decieded to rob a bank and he got away with 32,000 in cash.
    The man was spotted in Arkansas on I40 by 2 Arkansas Highway Patrol Troopers and the chase was on. He must have chosen to celebrate his success with the bank as he was pretty drunk. After a lenthy chase involving high speeds, he wrecked his truck and was far enough away from the troopers that he fled and went into a bunch of woods, this happened right at dark. He dinged himself up pretty good and left quite a bit of blood at the scene. After unsucessfully locating him, a manhunt was called. Our Sheriff was asked to assist so we went with 6 deputys and the Sheriff.to a town which was about 25 miles away. Several countys responded with manpower along with the ASP and the AHP so there were about 50 or so people involved with roadblocks and check points set up. We had a few sightings during the night of someone trying to steal a vehicle in that area so we had a little exitement but no luck. About daybreak, my Sheriff calls the county for a trained bloodhound that is kept by one of the fireman there. The dog arrives and they take him to the truck we he scents the seat and the blood. Dog starts trailing and in 3 minutes find this guy under some brush that he tried to cover himself with. We spent alot of time cruising the streets blacked out and when we met in the morning to assist with the dog hunt, this guy was no more than 30 feet from where we were about a dozen other cops had parked. Can you beleive it !

    Apparently, this guys was slinking around looking for a way out and he came real close to walking right into us. He figured the best thing to do was to lay down and hide but the didnt figure on that bloodhound.Lucky for us, he has ditched the gun and the 32,000 in a dry creekbed. If he had wanted to shoot some cops he probably could have made it ugly. The Good Lord was watching out for us again !

    I was impressed by that dog. He got with the program and caught a bank robber that was considerd armed and dangerous. I can almost garantee you that we never would have found him as he was completly hidden in the brush. Even as the dog was sniffing him out we didnt see him until he groaned a little bit. He was the usuaul loser with self made tatoos all over his belly. He was only wearing a pair of cutoffs , and the mosquitos on the Arkansas River probably removed a pint or 2 of blood from him.


    Anybody here use trackers much ? This was my first dealing with them and I am impressed .That dog is worth at least 32,000 dollars.
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  • #2
    cool story.......sounds like alot of fun....geez these damn idiots live every where. I could swear I arrested his brother just the other day (judging by description and obvious IQ) lol.......Thank god the bad guy didn't make his move. Well keep up the stories and stay safe
    Originally posted by Watchman:
    I just spent ALL night on a man hunt that involved a man form North Carolina. Apparently, he got hard up for cash and decided to rob 2 people (with an AXE) and one with a pistol. He must not have gotten enough as he decieded to rob a bank and he got away with 32,000 in cash.
    The man was spotted in Arkansas on I40 by 2 Arkansas Highway Patrol Troopers and the chase was on. He must have chosen to celebrate his success with the bank as he was pretty drunk. After a lenthy chase involving high speeds, he wrecked his truck and was far enough away from the troopers that he fled and went into a bunch of woods, this happened right at dark. He dinged himself up pretty good and left quite a bit of blood at the scene. After unsucessfully locating him, a manhunt was called. Our Sheriff was asked to assist so we went with 6 deputys and the Sheriff.to a town which was about 25 miles away. Several countys responded with manpower along with the ASP and the AHP so there were about 50 or so people involved with roadblocks and check points set up. We had a few sightings during the night of someone trying to steal a vehicle in that area so we had a little exitement but no luck. About daybreak, my Sheriff calls the county for a trained bloodhound that is kept by one of the fireman there. The dog arrives and they take him to the truck we he scents the seat and the blood. Dog starts trailing and in 3 minutes find this guy under some brush that he tried to cover himself with. We spent alot of time cruising the streets blacked out and when we met in the morning to assist with the dog hunt, this guy was no more than 30 feet from where we were about a dozen other cops had parked. Can you beleive it !

    Apparently, this guys was slinking around looking for a way out and he came real close to walking right into us. He figured the best thing to do was to lay down and hide but the didnt figure on that bloodhound.Lucky for us, he has ditched the gun and the 32,000 in a dry creekbed. If he had wanted to shoot some cops he probably could have made it ugly. The Good Lord was watching out for us again !

    I was impressed by that dog. He got with the program and caught a bank robber that was considerd armed and dangerous. I can almost garantee you that we never would have found him as he was completly hidden in the brush. Even as the dog was sniffing him out we didnt see him until he groaned a little bit. He was the usuaul loser with self made tatoos all over his belly. He was only wearing a pair of cutoffs , and the mosquitos on the Arkansas River probably removed a pint or 2 of blood from him.


    Anybody here use trackers much ? This was my first dealing with them and I am impressed .That dog is worth at least 32,000 dollars.

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    • #3
      awwwww my Yorkie could do that (just kidding). I think police dogs are worth their weight in gold. We lose more each year in this country then anyone realizes, I'm afraid. But, they are there for their handlers. And I know their handlers are just as devoted them as the dog is to the handler.

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      • #4
        Watchman,
        I agree completely! K-9's are an awesome sight to behold when they're working, aren't they?! It just goes to show how much of our environment we humans are unaware of.

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