Police dog helps find drunk driver in Ontario
A police dog in Midland Ontario is being celebrated after helping locate a suspected drunk driver.
According to local news reports, police from the Southern Georgian Bay OPP Detachment responded to a call last weekend in North Simcoe.
Just before 11 p.m. on May 6th, a motorist discovered a pickup truck that had hit a utility pole in Tay Township.
Police responded but could not find a driver, until Bauer the police dog arrived! Thanks to this good boy, the suspect was located in a bush and was taken into custody.
Brendan Arthur Hrynczak, 22, has since been charged following the incident. Offences include operation while impaired, failure to stop after an accident, possession of cocaine and more.
He is set to appear before the Ontario Court of Justice on May 20th.