PIERCE COUNTY DEPUTY MIMICS DOG BARK, LURES OUT SUSPECTS

    Matt Case - September 6th 

     

    PIERCE COUNTY, Wash. — An unconventional tactic was employed by Pierce County deputies when they were on the hunt for four underage suspects believed to have stolen a car. Though authorities threatened to release a police canine to find them, there was, in fact, no dog present at the scene.

    Nevertheless, one resourceful deputy took it upon himself to produce a dog bark, which proved so convincing that the suspects promptly emerged from their hiding spot in the woods. The Pierce County Sheriff's Department later shared audio of the encounter online, allowing the public to hear the compelling bark that persuaded the suspects to willingly enter police custody.