Dog betrays drug dealing owner by leading police to his hiding spot in tall grassBy Mason White 4:21 PM November 2, 2014
|Edward Henderson and his dog|
By: Tanya Malhotra
(Scroll down for video) Police used a man’s dog to catch him and get him arrested.
Edward Henderson of Prattville, Alabama, tried to flee from law enforcement. However, his dog Bo, half pit bull half husky, took police to his hiding place.
When the Prattville Drug Enforcement Unit pulled up to his residence with a search warrant, Henderson, a suspected drug dealer, fled on foot into the woods at the back of his house.
He jumped into a 25-foot deep ravine and disappeared into the woods. He then hid among tall grass.
Bo the dog met officers at the top of the ravine. An officer told Bo “go get him” and that’s exactly what the dog did. The dog led officers to the wooded area and to a patch of tall grass.
Officers found Henderson laying on the ground, hidden by the grass. Police recovered methamphetamine and components of a meth lab in his home.