Refined attack…

Officer Ty Hamblin of the Rangely Police Department, not pictured, demonstrated recently how his dog, Elmo, above, would protect him against an attacker by standing up to the subject. Below, Elmo latches on to the arm of the attacker, who is actually former Rangely resident Nate Baker, currently a deputy in Moffat County.
Officer Ty Hamblin of the Rangely Police Department, not pictured, demonstrated recently how his dog, Elmo, above, would protect him against an attacker by standing up to the subject. Below, Elmo latches on to the arm of the attacker, who is actually former Rangely resident Nate Baker, currently a deputy in Moffat County.

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