On May 31, 2019, agents from the Pennsylvania State Patrol discovered pyrotechnic devices and suspected synthetic cannabis in a backpack in a Lancaster area residence. The State Police Hazardous Device and Explosives Section identified the explosive as commercial fireworks and an M-class explosive device wrapped in red electrical tape to give it the appearance of dynamite. The devices were removed from the scene and destroyed by State Police.
On June 1, 2019, a 31-year-old male was arrested after a traffic stop and search of his vehicle by authorities in West Virginia which led to the discovery of an Improvise Explosive Device (IED), Methamphetamines, and firearms. Police officers discovered a hand grenade with the original fuse still intact, but the core removed and replaced with gun powder, metal beads, and metal wire.
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The GK9PG team is dedicated to mitigating the risk of explosive threats by developing customized security solutions. By mastering the art and science of canine detection our K9 Professionals are delivering this dynamic bio-sensory technology in over 28 cities within the United States. We are focused on the deployment of robust and comprehensive technologies to meet the ever-changing security landscape. By embracing digital transformation and infusing lessons learned, we are able to deliver the highest quality K9 services in the industry.