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Seen on Scene: At Cops, K-9s and Coffee

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Dasia Cobb pets Odie during Cops, K-9s and Coffee at the Boulder Dam Credit Union on Friday, March 6. Cobb said it was the first time she petted a horse. She works at the credit union in card services.

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Jackson Mack pets Star, a horse with the Boulder City Police Department Mounted Unit, at Cops, K-9s and Coffee on Friday.

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Everett Ubbens pets Odie, a horse with the Boulder City Police Department Mounted Unit, during Cops, K-9s and Coffee on Friday, March 6, at the Boulder Dam Credit Union.

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Boulder City Police officer Alan Nutzman brought his K-9 partner, Luna, to Cops, K-9s and Coffee at the Boulder Dam Credit Union. Nutzman spoke about his work and demonstrated basic commands with Luna.

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Todd Austin, right, a K-9 officer with the National Park Service, introduced his new partner, Mach, to Fred and Johanna Eltrick of Boulder City at Friday’s, March 6, Cops, K-9s and Coffee event at Boulder Dam Credit Union. Austin said Mach, named for his speed, is a 3-year-old Belgian Malinois that just finished training.

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Chris Shannon, left, and Jamie Rzepecki of Boulder Dam Credit Union made sure there was plenty of coffee and cinnamon rolls for those attending Friday’s, March 6, Cops, K-9s and Coffee event at the financial institution.

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