- West Lafayette Council has voted to return K-9 Stryder to Vaness K9 Academy for rehabilitation.
- Stryder has been considered hazardous by 4 evaluators, based on mishandling.
- Council is going to check out relaunching the application dependent on prior community assist.
- Previous Chief Matthew Fohl and dog handler Officer Laurice Mans have left the division.
WEST LAFAYETTE — West Lafayette Village Council would not want to give up on a K-9 Device for the West Lafayette Police Office, but recognize it have to have to get started in excess of.
At a special assembly Thursday, council voted to transform law enforcement doggy Stryder more than to the corporation that at first experienced him, Vaness K-9 Academy in Canton. Four evaluators said the 1-12 months-old Belgian Malinois is very risky and in need to have of rehabilitation. Even if he can be rehabilitated, Stryder would need to have an experienced handler