BendNew OSP K-9 team that investigates poaching will be based in Bend

New OSP K-9 team that investigates poaching will be based in Bend

New OSP K-9 team that investigates poaching will be based in Bend

Trooper Shae Ross and Scout

Oregon State Police is expanding its conservation K-9 team which investigates poaching incidents. One of those dogs is now based in Central Oregon.

Trooper Shae Ross and his K-9 partner Scout have already been working out of Bend since December. Scout is an 18-month-old black Labrador Retriever who was sourced from Pacific Coast K-9 in Northern Washington.

Trooper Ross started his career with OSP’s Fish and Wildlife division since 2017.

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The other half of the team is Senior Trooper Josh Wolcott and his yellow Labrador Retriever Buck. Central Oregon Daily News has previously featured them in our The Great Outdoors segment. They will work out of Springfield.

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