MARION COUNTY, Fla. – The Marion County Sheriff’s Office released a video of a K-9 tracking a suspect through the woods.
The video starts with Deputy Mohammad Refaei and his K-9 Duder looking for the suspect.
Refaei can be seen pushing through plants and branches as he looks for the suspect.
K-9 DUDER LOCATES BURGLARY SUSPECT
On Saturday, November 9th a home was broken into and through video surveillance, detectives were able to identify Dalton O’Berry as the person who entered the home. Detectives spotted O’Berry and his brother, Kasper O’Berry, walking down the road with long guns over their shoulders. When the men noticed detectives they ran into the woods. K-9 Deputy Refaei and his partner K-9 Duder responded and Kasper came out of the woods with his hands up. K-9 Duder was hot on Dalton’s track and took K-9 Deputy Refaei and detectives through the woods leading them to the rifle Dalton was carrying and then straight to Dalton himself. When Dalton realized there was a K-9 hot on his tracks he gave up. He was arrested for Burglary, Petit Theft, Carrying an Open Weapon and Obstruction.Posted by Marion County Sheriff's Office on Friday, November 22, 2019
The investigator yells at the suspect several times alerting him the Sheriff’s Office is in the woods.
Duder picks up the suspect’s scent and the search comes to an end.
The suspect shouts “I give up.”
“Good boy buddy,” Deputy Refaei tells Duder in the video.
Dalton O’Berry was charged with burglary, petit theft, carrying an open weapon and obstruction, according to the Sheriff’s Office.
The Sheriff’s Office said on Nov. 9 a home was broken into and investigators said they were able to identify O’Berry as the suspect.
Investigators said detectives saw O’Berry and his brother walking down the road with long guns over their shoulders.
Deputies said when men saw the investigators they ran into the woods.