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Published:November 1st, 2014 15:20 EST

Meth Dealer's Dog Helps Police Track Him Down

By Robert Paul Reyes

"A suspected meth dealer who fled from authorities found himself in custody because of the betrayal of man`s best friend, his own dog. Authorities say Edward Melvin Henderson was at a residence on County Road 85 when the Prattville Drug Enforcement Unit arrived with a search warrant.

The man quickly bolted for the back door where, just beyond, a 25-foot ravine separated him from freedom. Henderson jumped right into it and kept running.

Officers were approaching the ravine to find the fleeing suspect when the man`s dog, a mixed breed Pit Bull and Huskie, ran right up to them. `Go get him,` they said. On command, and without hesitation according to investigators, Bo headed down the ravine after his owner. The officers were close behind."



The pooch quickly located his owner hiding in tall grass  --  you can run and hide from cops, but you can`t outrun or hide from your loyal dog.

When your partner-in-crime narcs on you it`s disappointing, but when your faithful canine companion rats you out to the police it`s bitterly disappointing.

Henderson was charged with two counts of unlawful manufacture of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia, it looks like he`s going to be in the Big House for a long stretch.

The pooch needs a good home, maybe the cops can adopt him and train him as a police dog?

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