An Alabama dog got his owner apprehended for alleged drug offenses after cops served a search warrant at the man’s residence.
Police were executing a drug search warrant at a Prattville home when suspect Edward Melvin Henderson took off running into a densely wooded area at the back of his home. That’s when quick thinking officers instructed his pit bull husky mix to run after his owner..
Investigators told the pooch to “go get him.”
An excited Bo ran off and located his owner hiding in tall grass, all the time wagging his tail.
“Henderson was taken into custody without further incident, thanks to his dog Bo,” the statement said. “The search warrant resulted in the recovery of methamphetamine and components from a meth lab.”
Henderson was charged with failure to obey police, two counts of unlawful manufacture of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.
As for Bo, he is doing fine after the Tuesday incident. No word of if he was offered a position on the force.
Relatives are taking care of the K9 and the local animal control has been checking up on him.