Can you imagine a police dog heading out on his own and busting someone for drugs - all without any human police officers?

Well, that didn't happen, of course, but a police dog named Narco did provide a big assist in the detection of drugs.

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Galloway K-9 sniffs out drugs

Galloway Township Police say their K-9 Narco helped make a drug bust possible Friday night.

Police say they stopped a car for a traffic offense on the White Horse Pike at Quince Avenue.

During the stop, officers requested the K-9's help, and Narco was able to come to the scene and sniff out drugs in the vehicle.

Thanks to Narco's help, officers did a vehicle search and found:

  • Approximately one pound of marijuana
  • Approximately 52.5 grams of cocaine
  • Approximately 44 doses of suspected MDMA
  • Approximately 95 individual doses and 2 partial doses of Xanax
  • Approximately $4,040.00 in United States Currency
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Galloway Police arrest driver of the car

Police arrested the driver, Manuel Rosa 41 of Camden, New Jersey. Rosa was arrested and taken to the Atlantic County Jail, pending a court appearance.

Congratulations to Narco on a job well done! Such a good boy! (We think Narco's a boy....)

The public is reminded that charges are accusations and all persons are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.


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