Town is protected by canine sheriff
You know the old saying "gone to the dogs?" Well that saying has literally come true in this one New Mexico town. You see, for some reason the town of Vaughn, a town outside of Albuquerque with a population of about 450, only had one police officer. The sole officer, Police Chief Ernest "Chris" Armijo, was forced to resign earlier this year when word got out about his criminal past. Apparently Armijo faces some felony charges for selling a town owned rifle. The only other officer on the force was arrested, charged, and convicted of assault and battery last year and is no longer able to carry a firearm. That leaves the town in the hands of Officer Nikka, a drug dog. Brendan Spaar guesses that the town of Vaughn has more of a need for a drug dog than a gun carrying officer.
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Brendan Spaar is an avid photographer and tech blogger from Forsyth County, Georgia since 2012. When he's not working or volunteering, you might see him exploring all the great places in search of things to share in his blog.Favorite quote- "If you call failures experiments, you can put them in your resume and claim them as achievements."