Déjà the police pup found a girl who was reported missing from her home around 3 A.M. A 911 call came in reporting that the grandmother of the 16-year old girl had called the police. She was awoken during a fight the girl had with an unknown man and had proceeded to watch her granddaughter get forcefully taken from the house. The police interviewed citizens around the area, and then concluded that the girl was last seen with an unknown man. The man had gotten into a fight with the girl, and had kidnapped her from her home, dragging her out by her hair. Then the job came down to Déjà and her handler, Deputy Josh Stone of the Rancho Cucamonga Police Department. They entered the woods surrounding the nearby mountains. Déjà then sniffed out some drag marks left by the girl and police located a purse that was formerly in the girl’s possession.
The pair followed the scent all the way to a home on the 26000 block of Boulder Lane. Déjà then led her handler right up to the front door of a home. She refused to leave the house, knowing that the girl was inside. Police, upon entering the home, found both the girl and her captor. The captor was later found to be the girl’s 18 year old boyfriend. The girl, thanks to the work of Déjà, was returned safely to her home, while the captor was arrested for kidnapping and domestic battery.
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