County’s K-9 Units Called In For Unattended Luggage

PHOTOS: Pieces of unattended luggage prompted police to shut down a part of Joe Parker Road this morning and bring in the County K-9 units, as first reported on our News Alerts.

The suitcase and suit-bag was left behind a utility box near the intersection of Lanes Mill Road.

Police, Lakewood EMS and the Fire Department responded to the scene as they awaited the bomb-sniffing dog.

As the K-9 units pulled up, the owner of the luggage returned to claim his property.

Click here for a short video clip of the K-9 Unit at the scene.

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  1. Are they going to send a bill for the emergency response units sent there, to the owner of the luggage for leaving it around unattended?

  2. to #3
    if they did the town residents would be complaining about how much it costs to feed the dogs.
    Why is it i never see any frum houses with dogs? that would keep the crooks away during shabbos.

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