CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) – Vermilion police are crediting a Okay-9 with helping within the seize of a 45-year-old home violence suspect.
Officers have been dispatched to a Sanford Road residence on Aug. 21 for reviews of a home violence, in response to Vermilion police. Investigators realized that the suspect, later recognized by police as Erik Khoury, assaulted his fiance after which fled from the house earlier than officers arrived.
Two days in a while Aug. 23, police say Khoury getting right into a automobile in his driveway. Khoury then tried to flee once more as soon as he realized he was seen by police.
Vermilion police arrange a fringe and known as in Okay-9 Falon to assist with the search.
Falon tracked the suspect into a wooded area. Khory was discovered by the Okay-9 and different Vermilion cops hiding underneath a big log in a ditch,
Khoury surrendered and was booked on the Erie County Jail on home violence and obstructing official enterprise fees. He’s due in courtroom on Tuesday.
Copyright 2021 WOIO. All rights reserved.