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This intense K-9, deputy chase was caught on camera: 'Get off my dog, bro!'

This intense K-9, deputy chase was caught on camera: 'Get off my dog, bro!'

The Pasco County Sheriff's Office shared a video in order to show what their deputies can encounter during their daily shifts.This clip shows an intense chase that sends a deputy into the woods with a suspect in search of his dog and another suspe
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The Pasco County Sheriff's Office shared a video in order to show what their deputies can encounter during their daily shifts.This clip shows an intense chase that sends a deputy into the woods with a suspect in search of his dog and another suspe

The Pasco County Sheriff's Office in Florida shared a video Monday in order to show the public what their deputies can encounter during their daily shifts.

The clip shows an intense chase of suspects after the stolen Ford Expedition in which they were riding crashed into a telephone pole. Deputy Nick Carmack apprehended the passenger and his police dog, Shep, was sent into the woods after the driver.

Here's what the sheriff's office said in a Facebook post:

"Deputy Carmack made the passenger run with him to locate K-9 Shep and the driver. While running, Deputy Carmack observed the driver dragging K-9 Shep further onto the property, continuing his attempt to flee. The driver gave up when Deputy Carmack caught up with him."



Shep left a mark on crime that one suspect will likely never forget.

The K-9 with the Pasco County Sheriff's Office and his handler, Deputy Nick Carmack, were pursuing a stolen Ford Expedition on Saturday when it crashed into a telephone pole on Denton Avenue.

Carmack was able to apprehend the passenger.

Shep was sent into the woods after the driver.

"Deputy Carmack made the passenger run with him to locate K-9 Shep and the driver," the sheriff's office said on its Facebook page. "While running, Deputy Carmack observed the driver dragging K-9 Shep further onto the property, continuing his attempt to flee. The driver gave up when Deputy Carmack caught up with him."

The video, which the department posted to Facebook on Monday, has over 8,500 reactions and nearly 10,000 shares as of Monday evening.

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