ROCHESTER, Minn.- There’s a new deputy in Olmsted County. He has four legs and goes by the name, Huey.
The Olmsted County Sheriff’s Office adopted an 18-month-old dog from Paws and Claws as the newest K9 to their unit.
Huey will be the first K9 assigned to the Adult Detention Center and will be used as a narcotic detection dog.
His handler, Deputy Ryan Delgado tells KIMT News 3 he has wanted to be a K9 handler since he was a child. “That dog intuition is really awesome and helpful to me because we have days when we come home and may be in a bad mood but having him just perks me up so its awesome just having him there.”