Dec. 04, 2014
Thursday, 04 December 2014 07:39

K-9 POLICE DOG INHALES METH: A K-8 unit dog has returned to active duty after accidentally inhaling meth during a search. The 4-year-old German shepherd named Koda was called to the scene of a traffic stop. The canine located a small amount of "suspected cocaine" and ended up inhaling some of the substance. Koda was kept overnight and made a full recovery. (Nixle)

 

SURGEON REMOVES WRONG KIDNEY: A California surgeon was disciplined for removing the wrong kidney from a patient. The state medical board placed Dr. Charles Coonan Streit on probation for three years for the incident. The urologist took out the prisoner's healthy kidney because he couldn't find the patient's record to double check. The inmate underwent a second procedure to have the cancerous kidney removed. (Yahoo)

 

FORMER "COP OF THE YEAR" ARRESTED FOR TRAFFICKING COCAINE: A former New York Police Officer, who was awarded "Cop of the Year", was arrested for purchasing cocaine. Philip Leroy allegedly drove from New York with two friends to buy 10-kilograms. The cop was charged with felony weapons possession, cocaine trafficking, and conspiracy to traffic cocaine, and is being held on $250,000 bail. (Gawker)


KIDS CALL 911 LOOKING FOR SANTA: Two young boys called 911 t to get in touch with Santa Claus. The 3-year-old and 6-year-old thought the best way to get in touch with the North Pole was by phone. So, they used their Dad's cell phone to place a call. The police arrived at their Mayville, Wisconsin home to tell the boys where they could go see Santa in person. (Huffington Post)

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