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Fort Collins Police are proud to welcome a new member to the K9 team. K9 Eleiko…

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Fort Collins Police are proud to welcome a new member to the K9 team.

K9 Eleiko is a 12-month-old Dutch Shepherd. He was imported from Holland prior to being selected to join Fort Collins Police. K9 Eleiko and his handler completed 10 weeks of intense training to prepare Eleiko to serve Fort Collins, including eight weeks at DNA K9, LLC in North Carolina.

K9 Eleiko is a dual-purpose Patrol and Narcotics Detection canine, which means he is trained to locate and apprehend criminal suspects and trained to locate the odor of illegal drugs.

In addition to Eleiko, FCPS has four other dual-purpose canines and one single-purpose explosives detection canine. In 2018, Fort Collins Police utilized their canines over six hundred times.

All Fort Collins Police canines live with their handlers for the duration of their careers and after retirement.

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Susnsets with mountain range views are a must see in Fort Collins. : @madiwidenh…

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Susnsets with mountain range views are a must see in Fort Collins. 📸: @madiwidenhouse #visitfortcollins #visitftcollins #lovefortcollins

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Beautiful views from Greyrock Mountain in the Cache la Poudre River Canyon. This…

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Beautiful views from Greyrock Mountain in the Cache la Poudre River Canyon. This is one of he best hikes around in the Fort Collins Area. 📸: @justinroams #visitfortcollins #visitftcollins #lovefortcollins

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*Man Arrested for Stabbing* One man is in custody after stabbing another man. …

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*Man Arrested for Stabbing*

One man is in custody after stabbing another man.

On January 13, 2019 at 3:52pm, Fort Collins 9-1-1 received a report of a physical disturbance between two men. Police located the men in the 1800 block of N College Avenue. Through the course of the investigation, officers determined that the dispute occurred when suspect Jeffrey Gibson (DOB 11/02/54) reportedly produced a knife and assaulted the victim, David Baird.

Baird was transported to an area hospital for treatment of serious but non-life threatening injuries. Gibson was arrested for First Degree Assault (class 3 felony) and booked into the Larimer County Jail.

Anyone who witnessed this incident or who may have additional information is asked to contact Officer Kate Garcia at 970-221-6555 or Crime Stoppers of Larimer County at 970-221-6868.

All charges are simply an accusation by law enforcement officers, and all arrested parties must be presumed innocent until proven guilty in court.

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