Students at Saegert Elementary School got an up-close and personal look at how the Killeen Independent School District keeps campuses free of drugs, alcohol and other dangers during a canine detection demonstration assembly Monday afternoon.
Students were ushered into the school’s cafeteria to meet Eve, a 3-year-old Weimaraner, and her handler, James Combs of Interquest Detection Canines. Interquest is a Waco-based company the district uses to conduct safety sweeps for drugs, alcohol and firearms at its schools.
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