Two North Richland Hills police officers helped catch a free dog by utilizing some spectacular motorcycle skills on Sunday.
Officers Province and Cortes have been operating site visitors close to Boulevard 26 at Baker Blvd. on Sunday afternoon after they seen a number of vehicles on the alternative aspect of the road swerving and braking, in accordance to the police division. They noticed the North Richland Hills Animal Control truck come over the hill and a dog operating within the roadway of Boulevard 26.
“Officers Province and Cortes knew they needed to help,” the police division mentioned in a press launch. “Together, they worked to coax the dog out of the busy road and pushed him towards an open field nearby. He continued to give chase and seemed to have endless amounts of energy.”
Using their bikes, they corralled the dog again to the animal management officer, however on the final second, the dog took a pointy flip and darted away. Officer Province requested the animal management officer for the catch pole, and the 2 officers raced after the dog once more.
Officer Province rode up alongside the dog and, whereas driving the bikes, swooped down with the catch pole to snag him.
“The sweet dog was given to (animal control), who took him to the shelter and helped him cool down,” police mentioned. “Excellent work by Officers Province and Cortes! You definitely showed off some of those incredible skills on your bikes!”
“Teamwork is when you see something needs to be done, and without being asked, you step up, step in, and do it,” NRH Animal Control Manager Menefee mentioned within the press launch. “Officers’ Province and Cortes did just that today… Again, I can’t thank you and your officers enough.”