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Drug dog visits Symsonia Elementary
Pictured, from left (back row), are Logan McElwayne, Matthew Haight, Noah Roden, Aaron Smith, (front row) Collin Whitis, Rilee Medlin, Chief Deputy Mike Turnbow, and "Shadow".
RED RIBBON WEEK VISIT – Retired Kentucky State Trooper and McCracken County Chief Deputy Sheriff Mike Turnbow brought his drug detection dog, Aaron, and his explosives detection dog, Shadow, to Symsonia Elementary School recently to demonstrate how the dogs find illegal drugs. The visit was one of many events highlighting anti-substance abuse Red Ribbon Week in the Graves County Schools Oct. 25-29.

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