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Lanier marks Red Ribbon Week
LanierRed Ribbon Week
Lanier Primary School students gather around Friday to meet Seppe the drug dog from the Bryan County Sheriffs Department. - photo by Photo provided.

Lanier Primary School hosted Bryan County Sherriff’s Department Deputy Robert Crapse and his police dog Seppe on Oct. 28 to conclude the annual Red Ribbon Week celebration.
During a schoolwide assembly, Crapse gave a presentation about deputies’ jobs, which including keeping streets safe and intercepting narcotics and illegal money on both I-95 and I-16.
The children had the opportunity to see how smart Seppe was and watched him obey Crapse’s every command. Similar in appearance to a German shepherd, Seppe, a Belgian malinois, was trained in Europe before being bought by the Bryan County Sheriff’s Department five years ago. 
Seppe’s excellent training has allowed him to help the sheriff’s department keep tens of millions in drug money and narcotics from hitting the streets of Bryan County.

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