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Vancouver Police K-9 Hota has a nose for detection, sniffs out electronic storage devices

Department's latest addition is named for fallen officer Donald Sahota

By , Columbian Local News Editor
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Electronic storage detection K-9 Hota sniffs out an electronic device hidden inside furniture while receiving commands from Vancouver Police Detective Jake Carlow during a demonstration at the Vancouver Police Department's West Precinct.
Electronic storage detection K-9 Hota sniffs out an electronic device hidden inside furniture while receiving commands from Vancouver Police Detective Jake Carlow during a demonstration at the Vancouver Police Department's West Precinct. (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

The Vancouver Police Department’s newest K-9 officer sat near the door of a room at the department’s West Precinct. The sweet-faced black Labrador retriever looked to his partner for direction.

“Ready to work? Ready to work?” Vancouver police Detective Jake Carlow asked K-9 Sahota, or Hota for short. “Let’s get to work.

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