The Lee’s Summit Police Department recently introduced Enzo, the newest member of its K-9 team. The 2-year-old Belgian Malinois and his handler, Officer Scott McMilian, presented a short demonstration featuring some of the search techniques police dogs are known for. Enzo understands commands in German and English. He replaces McMilian’s K-9 partner, Jax, who died in January of intestinal cancer.
The Lee’s Summit Police Department recently introduced Enzo, the newest member of its K-9 team. The 2-year-old Belgian Malinois and his handler, Officer Scott McMilian, presented a short demonstration featuring some of the search techniques police dogs are known for. Enzo understands commands in German and English. He replaces McMilian’s K-9 partner, Jax, who died in January of intestinal cancer. TORIANO PORTER Special to The Star
The Lee’s Summit Police Department recently introduced Enzo, the newest member of its K-9 team. The 2-year-old Belgian Malinois and his handler, Officer Scott McMilian, presented a short demonstration featuring some of the search techniques police dogs are known for. Enzo understands commands in German and English. He replaces McMilian’s K-9 partner, Jax, who died in January of intestinal cancer. TORIANO PORTER Special to The Star

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