Camden K-9s take bite out of drug trade

Deputy dogs Jimmy and Mojo took a significant bite out of Camden County’s illegal drug trade recently, helping the county Sheriff’s Office there confiscate more than $2 million in dope.

The drug seizures ranged from marijuana to methamphetamine, and occurred during a series of traffic stops over a 24-hour period, according to the Camden County Sheriff’s Office. Camden Lt. Brown works with K-9 Jimmy and deputy Eddie Hardman works with K-9 Mojo. Drugs seized included 6 pounds of meth, 5 ounces of cocaine, 2 pounds of pot, some THC oils and some heroin.

“Without the outstanding noses of our K-9s we could not have been able to keep this poison off the streets,” deputy Hardman said.

— The Brunswick News

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